Whether you’re throwing a full-on garden party or just looking forward to some quiet cocktails somewhere shady, it’s crucial to get your garden ready for entertaining in advance.
Buying a new set of garden benches can be daunting. Not only do you need to think about price and good looks – you also need to consider materials, maintenance and storage.
Hatfield is a garden bench that’s characterised by its decorative detail: from the fretwork backrest to the turned arm supports. The former takes its inspiration from trellises in the garden, making Hatfield completely at home in its surroundings.
The Somerset is available in an array of summer colours to suit any garden style.
A neat bench for two, named after a pretty village in Yorkshire, with a frame made from acacia wood and seats woven with a material that will withstand all weather conditions.
Ideal for hospitality locations, poolside retreats or private gardens, the Allaperto Grand Hotel collection sets the scene for outdoor relaxation and sophisticated entertaining.
The Everglade bench is made from fully dried FSC sustainably sourced Oak. All orders are made bespoke and can be customised to include a logo inscription.
Mixing contemporary materials the Hampstead Bench provides you with sophisticated design. The generous curved seat features All-weather Bamboo wrapped onto a Powder Coated Steel frame.
Skagerak’s Plank Bench 144, designed by Aurelien Barbry, is a beautiful outdoor bench combining organic character of teak wood with clear, angular lines.