By Ruth Doherty
On 20 March 2020, it was officially the first day of spring in the UK. What better time, then, to start thinking about turning your outdoor space into a stylish sanctuary? Thankfully, the new Oka garden furniture range has some refined and ultra-chic pieces to inspire us.
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At heart, all furniture is functional, but the brand's insistence on luxury materials, unique designs and traditional craftsmanship ensures that the resulting pieces are beautiful and will remain useful for many years to come.
Whether you have a small balcony, a huge garden or a terrace to play with, there's a wide range of all-weather garden furniture in wood, metal and synthetic rattan to match.
Create an alfresco dining experience using outdoor tables and chairs, take a siesta on one of the comfortable sofas, and go wild accessorising with planters, baskets and more.
Discover some highlights from the Oka garden furniture range below:
Famous for its British styling – incorporating color, textures and layering in a sophisticated way - there's a host of elegant accessories, from floor cushions and striped ceramic stools to organic-shaped tableware and hanging lanterns.
Set a stylish and welcoming garden scene by pairing the different pieces together for an eclectic British garden party vibe.
Sun-worshipers and book-lovers will not be disappointed with an array of sophisticated sun loungers and daybeds, making perfect reading nooks and sleep stations crafted with durable, synthetic rattan.
Make dining alfresco an incredibly tasteful affair with a statement rustic-luxe tree trunk table and matching bench, oozing a back-to-nature, timeworn patina.
Slink off and find yourself a beautiful corner to enjoy a coffee and soak up the garden views on a natural, rustic wooden and rattan bench with stylish fringed cushions for added comfort.
And don't forget the finer details; we adore these safari-print cushions and elegant large white vases, perfect for creating a Mediterranean-style oasis in your own back garden.
We'll have one of everything, please... Visit oka.com for more information.
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