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The home suddenly expands in the summer months and the garden becomes just another room. Why dine and socialise inside when, with the addition of a few carefully chosen items, you can utilise your outdoor space instead. Carefully planted flowers and shrubs and a well-tended lawn can be admired by family and friends and the extra daylight hours mean more time to relax and unwind.

Old Rectory rose arch £139*1.Old Rectory Rose Arch

Why not complete the look with this sturdy arch. Perfect for climbing roses, clematis or fragrant jasmine.

2. Old Rectory Round Table and 2 Standard Chairs 

A shabby-chic finish to this attractive garden set can be left unadorned or made more comfortable with the addition of seat pads and a pretty tablecloth, depending on the mood. 
(All items fold).

3. Fatboy garden hammock

Another of Fatboy’s extravagantly large designs, this hammock easily has room for several people. No trees or rope required: it’s safely attached to a secure frame and is made of water and UV resistant fabric – hours of pleasure to be had!Old Rectory round table and 2 standard chairs (all items fold) £199*Fatboy garden hammock £349*

“Garden Party” Melamine Outdoor Party Wear From £3.504. Kilner Jar Mugs*
£4 each

Cause a stir when you offer your guests their lager or Pimms in these trendy mugs. Bright and cheerful colours make them so much more fun than regular glasses.

5. “Garden Party” Melamine Outdoor Party Wear
From £3.50

No worries about breakages with this practical but attractive and durable range. Bowls, plates, beakers and placemats.

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6. Walton & Co Bumble Bee Table Linen*

So pretty and on-trend, this collection will enhance any picnic table. Table cloths from £20; 4 napkin set £15; table runner £15 and seat cushion £15

Garden Party melamine outdoor party wearWalton & Co Bumble Bee table linen*

* Currently available in store only, please call our homeware department on 01603 660661 for further details.

Originally published in Places & Faces magazine, prices and information correct 2 June 2014

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