You drag it out of the shed and your heart sinks! That lovely garden furniture set that you invested in a few years ago is beginning to show its age. Worse still if your furniture has sat outside all year round through one of the worst winters we have seen for a very seen, it will certainly be showing signs of wear and tear. You don’t need to throw it away and start again. You can refurbish your furniture at a fraction of the cost and give yourself a garden to be proud of. This article from Garden Furniture Scotland gives you some ideas about how you can improve the look of your garden without spending a fortune.
Author: Isobel McKenzie
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One of the most popular woods used in making garden furniture is Arctic Pine. Manufactured from FSC Certified, 80-100 year old Arctic Pine, this is dense and long lasting. The cool climate of the Arctic north of Sweden ensures that the Pine grows very slowly and, as a result, it is very dense, “wood tough” and comprises a high content of natural protective substances. This makes it ideal for use in garden furniture, such as swing seats and Duo conversation seats.
As summer approaches, you might want to consider getting some shade for your garden. Most people will have had a wooden parasol at some time. They are inexpensive and come in a range of colours, shapes and sizes. This article looks at some of the options of hardwood parasol available. A full range of parasols is available from Garden Furniture England or Garden Furniture Scotland. Other articles in this series cover Cantilever Parasols, Aluminium Parasols, and Parasol Bases.