Gardencentreshopping Release New Garden furniture range for April 2016 to the UK

The sun is brighter in the sky, the nights are getting longer & warmer, and it’s the perfect time to start getting your garden ready for those long nights with family and friends.

Of course you don’t want any old garden furniture when you come to enjoy it, you want some that will keep you comfortable for hours, and last for a good number of years (not to mention survive a few wine stains!).

Gardencentreshopping new garden furniture

New Garden Furniture Range: Gardencentreshopping

Today (April 5th 2016) the garden furniture online retailer Gardencentreshopping, have released a new range of outdoor furniture to buy online. This includes rattan sets, sofas, swing seats, and some specialist weatherproof benches called “Winawood”.

They offer home delivery for all stocked items, including build services to the entire UK.

We had a quick word with Matt from Gardencentreshopping.co.uk, and asked for some more details about the new range.

Well really it’s just a minor upgrade from our 2015 range. We have tried to source really quality rattan furniture, to surpass the cheaper online alternatives, including UV stabilised weave, and aluminium frames, helping to avoid fading and rust.

When viewing their site, one of our favourites was the Rocking rattan recliner set, which looked supremely comfortable!

Rattan Reclining Chairs – November 2016 Update

We’ve found the chairs to be supremely comfortable, particularly because of the gradual reclining mechanism, which allows us to find the perfect point to lean back with a drink in one hand! Obviously it takes some balancing on the rocking chairs, but I think we’ve just about managed to get it spot on! We highly recommend Gardencentreshopping.co.uk for all of the work they’ve done to support us, and the quality of their garden furniture is second to none.

Have you purchased furniture from Gardencentreshopping? Let us know your experience in the comments below. Or email us at info@openillusionist.org.uk

This has been James, from openillusionist.org.uk

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