Garden Furniture Trends For 2018
With Summer just around the corner, what better way to enjoy the sun than in the comfort of your own back garden. If you haven’t updated your outdoor living furniture then now is the perfect opportunity to revamp it for the days when you want to dine al fresco or simply chill out with the sun rays. If you’re looking for the most updated trends then here are few that you should consider so your back garden is ready for Summer ‘18.
Garden Furniture Choices
Standard furniture sets are now a thing of the past with many homeowners now choosing to use their outdoor area as an extra dining room. Barbeques and evening dinners make the back garden a perfect setting for the summer with casual dining sets on offer. Alternatively, it can also be converted into space for relaxing and chilling out with various chairs and sofa sets now available. Luxury rattan garden furniture, in particular, is a favourable choice to provide this particular environment. The idea is to allow your garden furniture to accommodate for every possible occasion.
This is ideal for a specific area in the back garden if it’s extremely large or the paving provides a natural effect to smaller gardens due to their imperfections. Gardens that have an urban look to them in a small space compliment textured paving extremely well. Garden features that are placed in the surrounding area really make them stand out to add the finishing touch to your back garden decor.
If you’re looking to make a bold statement in your back garden then purple will be the perfect colour palette to do so. This experimental trend is sure to provide a vibrant look that will bring out the personality in your back garden. Having a wooden backdrop with pastel coloured plant pots or wall features provides a lush of life that will help to bring out the most in your surrounding greenery.
Copper is expected to be a big hit for Summer ‘18 both as a colour and feature. Standard landscape colours such as dark greys and earthy blacks are provided with a sense of warmth through the copper features and colours that surround it. The combination of the grey will suit the greens that you see in the natural setting of the back garden. Fire burners and decking are great ways in which it can be used.
Growing Your Own Crop
With the rise in veganism as a lifestyle choice for many Brits, what better way to save costs on food and organically produce your own vegetables in your back garden. You can choose to grow many vegetables including tomatoes, salad and runner beans but add a bit of personality by growing them in a greenhouse or place them in boxes that can be placed in balconies or patios.
Here are just a few ideas that you can incorporate into your back garden to which can provide make your garden more than just something to look at.