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It's official: Our furniture is fit for The Queen!
That's right, we're unbelievably proud to say that we have supplied some of our teak garden furniture to the Royal Sandringham Estate.
We recently provided 20 of our teak garden benches and 10 teak coffee tables to the estate, which is owned by Her Majesty.
When the summer sun bathes your garden in golden light, there's nothing quite like a chilled out afternoon in the outdoors.
And what better way to enjoy the beauty of your outdoor living area than unwinding on a comfortable garden bench?
Whether you're relaxing with a book, having a catch up with friends, or just taking a break from an afternoon of gardening, a garden bench is the ideal way to savour your garden.
Bonfire Night can be great fun. Wrapping up warm, throwing on your wellies and watching a local firework display can be one of the highlights of the year and the kids love the excuse to stay up slightly later than usual, eat lots of yummy food and be amazed by the sparkling sky.
However, it can also be dangerous and cause a lot of damage to your garden, particularly if you decide to have a bonfire or firework display on your own property.
But how can you ensure that everything is protected?
We've put together a few tips to make sure that your garden and home stays in perfect condition and your family stay safe this year...
Whilst temperatures are beginning to drop at this time of year, homeowners across the UK are starting to turn their heating on to warm the house up.
Heating can put a real strain on your finances when the winter draws in, so we've come up with a few cost-reducing solutions that will ensure you don't get hit with a huge energy bill, leaving you with more money to get your house ready for the run up to Christmas, start your Christmas shopping and attend all the seasonal celebrations.
Getting out and about in the great outdoors is a fantastic way of stimulating your child's senses and teaching them about the world around them. This learning can start in your own garden, and is guaranteed fun in a healthy and inexpensive way.
Growing flowers, learning about minibeasts and nature and being hands on in the garden is great for physical development and understanding the world whilst having fun and getting mucky.
Here we go through a few tactics that will get the kids excited and help to teach them the ways of the world...