Garden Table and Chairs
Gardenfurniture.co.uk has a wide range of garden table and chair sets available to buy online. With delivery straight to your door in just a few days, we offer amazing ways to completely transform any garden space, large or small.
With some of the best luxury brands in stock including Kettler, Supremo and Bramblecrest as well as more low-budget options, we think we’ve got all the bases covered when it comes to buying garden tables and chairs online and something to suit all budgets. Today's amazing garden furniture is not only extremely durable and long-lasting, but it also looks elegant and easy to maintain. The biggest challenge you’re going to have is picking your new garden table and chairs from the available choices.
Choosing Your Garden Table and Chairs
There’s a lot to consider but the one thing to focus on is the space that you have. Even in small gardens, adding a little garden furniture can make a big difference. The good news is that a bistro-style garden table and chairs won’t take up much space and can look fantastic. Whether is cast aluminium, rattan or natural wood, you can transform any corner of your garden in next to no time. If you’ve got more space to play with, of course, then there are even more garden furniture options. An amazing corner sofa works well in a patio or decking area, or you can choose to add in stools and the odd lounger or two around a long dining table. The choice is yours.
Quick Guide to Buying Garden Furniture Online
With so much to consider when buying a garden table and chairs, it’s worth looking at all the options when it comes to materials:
Rattan Table and Chairs
This is a popular option and looks natural because it has that woven, traditional style that we tend to associate with outdoor furniture.
Rattan garden furniture can be either natural or synthetic and is available in a range of different colours. The application of a resin makes them very waterproof and they are fairly easy to maintain.
Wood Garden Table and Chairs
Many people want that natural look in their gardens and nothing is more in tune with this ethos than wood.
Hardwoods like teak are the best options for a garden table and chairs because they are more durable and you have the added advantage that you can paint them at a later date. Wood garden furniture does usually require more careful maintenance than other options, however, so it’s important to bear that in mind.
Metal Garden Furniture
This is another popular option for garden tables and chairs, especially if you want something like a bistro set for a corner or outside the conservatory. Look for a rust-resistant set rather than the cheaper variety as it will last much longer and requires minimal maintenance.
Metals to consider for a garden table and chairs are wrought iron and very durable cast aluminium.
Resin Garden Tables and Chairs
While it can look cheap and nasty, plastic doesn’t need to at all. There is some amazing garden furniture made from plastic that looks cool and contemporary as well as being hardwearing and sturdy. The issue with some plastic garden tables and chairs is that they are a little flimsy and lightweight, which can make them a poor choice if you have a garden that is not protected from the wind. You may have a personal preference for one or other of the above when it comes to garden tables and chairs and a lot will depend on how frequently you’re going to be using them and what for. If you have a large space and regularly entertain guests and family, then investing in a luxury dining set may be top of your list. If you just want to relax in the back garden with your partner on a balmy summer morning while you have breakfast, a simple bistro set and loungers may be the order of the day.
Accessories for Garden Table and Chairs
You might also want to look at buying a few accessories for your garden furniture. This could be adding in a parasol and base that fits through the centre of the table and protects you from the heat of the sun. You may also want to invest in a cover for your garden table and chairs so that you can protect them during bad weather or over the winter period. It’s worth thinking about this when you are selecting your garden furniture.
The Best Garden Furniture Set for Your Home
The first thing you need to take into account when you are considering buying a garden table and chairs is the space you have. It’s best not to over-clutter that space and give yourself enough room to move around or spread out. The good news is that all our garden furniture listings online come with full dimensions so you can gauge how they are going to fit. All you need to do is carefully measure the space you have. Don’t forget, you can always add to your garden furniture later. Considering what you want to do with your garden table and chairs is next. You may love to spend the warm summer evenings sitting outside when you have the evening meal. Perhaps you want a space where people can relax, have a drink and watch the world go by. A garden dining table set is a perfect option if you regularly have guests and there are some amazing brands and types to consider. For example, you can now buy a garden table with a fire pit installed. This allows you to heat the surrounding space and is perfect for those chillier evenings. It’s also a fantastic way to create an atmosphere if you are having a small gathering. If you plan to entertain outdoors during the winter, this is certainly one option you need to consider. If you have a particular brand that you like, the good news is that we have some of the best in stock available to buy online today at gardenfurniture.co.uk. That includes Kettler, one of the most popular luxury garden furniture brands in the UK today – they even supply august organisations such as the RHS. Another great brand is Hartman which specialises in contemporary metal garden tables and chairs, including their range influenced by chef Jamie Oliver.
Buy Garden Table and Chairs Online Today
If you are searching for an elegant and stylish garden table and chairs for your home, browse our selection of the best brands in the UK today.