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    Kate Burt added this to 23 Ways to Work This Year’s Most-wanted Garden Chair29 April 2021

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    Amanda Pollard added this to Transform Your Garden With This One Simple Item22 May 2018

    Add an accentOf course, you don’t have to cover the whole area with a rug – a small design can work just as well, particularly if you want to show off an attractive patio or deck. This rectangular natural rug adds just enough texture to give the space a cosy feel, but doesn’t get in the way of other elements.Discover more garden furniture ideas in the Houzz Shop

    Amanda Pollard added this to Here's What Your Mum Really Wants for Mother's Day21 March 2017

    Her own gardener If your mum’s a keen gardener, chances are she’s got plans for her outdoor space. You don’t need to help her landscape the whole area though, just treat her to a few garden items. Spruce up a plain patio with some container plants, or even outdoor accessories like these lanterns. A fruit tree makes a lovely gift too, and is something you can plant together. Don’t forget to offer your services as well – an hour or two of heavy weeding will earn you big brownie points.

    Kate Burt added this to What's Your Dream Shed?21 February 2017

    5. Dream day out?A big pub lunch with all your favourite people, and maybe a game of rounders in the park afterwards [Fun]Zandra Rhodes’ Fashion and Textile Museum in London [A hobby room]A trip to RHS Wisley [A gardener’s world]Nosing around all the interiors stalls and events at the London Design Festival [A feature]A tour of Palm Springs’ Modernist houses [Architecturally impressive]When everyone else goes out, and you get to stay at home, blissfully alone [A secret hideaway

    Victoria Harrison added this to 10 Great Design Ideas for Tiny Terraces20 February 2017

    Suspend your seatingA hanging seat is an ingenious solution in a small space, as it doesn’t clutter up the floor space, making it a valuable addition to a compact terrace. It also adds a dash of the unexpected, another secret weapon when designing a small space. You will probably need to get in a professional to fit a similar chair if you want to recreate this look at home, to ensure it doesn’t cause any damage to whatever structure you plan to hang it from.

    Sarah Alcroft added this to Dream Houzz: Houzz Sub-editor Sarah Alcroft Designs Her Fantasy Home19 September 2016

    The reading nookAs a child, I begged my parents for a hanging chair (they didn’t succumb, needless to say), so this inviting cocoon, all set up with a cushion and blanket for chilly days, would be the perfect spot to read or just daydream.

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    Swathe'y added this to Abilsanth's Ideas11 September 2021

    . Chair and use on top as well as add a roof one off on like the bottom no basket too windy

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