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Garden Shelters & Furniture

Pergolas, trellis arches, or pavilions to brighten up any garden. From deckings to rose gardens, decorate your outdoor space.



Whether your garden is compact and ideal for al-fresco dining, or a big family and animal play area, garden shelters and furniture can add a new dimension with big practical and aesthetic paybacks.

Height is something every gardener values, it’s one of the quickest ways to make your garden feel bigger than it is, and vertical structures are an excellent way to go – and grow – upwards.

A British summer wouldn’t be a British summer without a few showers, and shelters and covered seating mean you can continue to enjoy the garden, and a cold drink, perhaps on a chunky sleeper table, when the rain comes down.

Arbours have a historical lineage straight back to the great country house gardens, and they still work beautifully against walls, tall plants or even as a stand-alone feature. They, like our pergola arches, are wonderful supports for climbing plants, and with a decked pergola you can enjoy the ultimate experience of sitting under a green, growing roof.

If you like the idea of the garden as an outdoor room then these structures and shelters will give you year-round service and enjoyment. Add your own design touches with our practical guide to building your own sleeper furniture.

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Garden Shelters & Furniture

Garden Shelters & Furniture

Pergolas, trellis arches, or pavilions to brighten up any garden. From deckings to rose gardens, decorate your outdoor space.



Whether your garden is compact and ideal for al-fresco dining, or a big family and animal play area, garden shelters and furniture can add a new dimension with big practical and aesthetic paybacks.

Height is something every gardener values, it’s one of the quickest ways to make your garden feel bigger than it is, and vertical structures are an excellent way to go – and grow – upwards.

A British summer wouldn’t be a British summer without a few showers, and shelters and covered seating mean you can continue to enjoy the garden, and a cold drink, perhaps on a chunky sleeper table, when the rain comes down.

Arbours have a historical lineage straight back to the great country house gardens, and they still work beautifully against walls, tall plants or even as a stand-alone feature. They, like our pergola arches, are wonderful supports for climbing plants, and with a decked pergola you can enjoy the ultimate experience of sitting under a green, growing roof.

If you like the idea of the garden as an outdoor room then these structures and shelters will give you year-round service and enjoyment. Add your own design touches with our practical guide to building your own sleeper furniture.