Styling your wooden garden furniture with ease

With spring officially here and with the weather gradually getting warmer (and the sun coming out more and more) it’s time to seriously consider your garden style for the seasons ahead. We want your garden to be a sanctuary for you, and a place you treasure— an extension of your home in the fresh air. Part of making your outdoor space special is ensuring it’s furnished well and comfortably. When it comes to your wooden garden furniture, we have some tips to help make sure it’s optimal.

Start by making sure your wooden garden furniture is properly protected and looking great: We want your garden furniture to withstand the rest of time and last for years and years to come. In order to make sure that happens, we recommend using one of our powerful formulations to help protect your exterior timber. Whether you want to enhance the look of your natural wood, or want a full change of colour to make your garden furniture really pop— we have the solution for you.

Arrange your garden furniture correctly: The placement of your garden furniture will impact the way it looks and comes together, as well as the way it feels to sit and enjoy your garden. You want your furniture placed in such a way that makes it welcoming and easy to converse with other people who may come to your garden, and in a spot that gets the right amount of sun or shade (depending on your specific preferences). Having a parasol or sun sail handy for the sunnier days makes it easier to enjoy your garden.

Add cushions for extra comfort: To help make your wood garden furniture as comfortable as possible, we recommend adding cushions when needed to offer additional support and a soft surface. Cushions come in all shapes and sizes, as well as textures and patterns so they are a great place to add colour and intrigue. Stripes, florals, ginghams, solids, etc are all excellent options and can be tailored to fit your unique style preferences and add a splash of colour to your garden.

Place a heat source in the garden for the cooler days/nights: We can’t expect to always have the weather we want, but we don’t have to let a cold front necessarily stop us from enjoying our garden. An outdoor space heater is always a good investment, and other options include a firebowl or a chiminea. Also, be sure to have some blankets on hand to also keep the cool air at bay and create a cosier environment. These can be draped over your wooden garden furniture for a stylish and functional look.


Ready to get your timber garden furniture in top shape? Call into your local Sadolin stockist for the tools you need to get your interior and exterior wood protected and looking great.


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