The seven key pieces which will transform your outdoor space

published by

Fran Puddefoot

Outdoor space is more appreciated than ever and the desire to have a picturesque garden one can escape to is in high demand. Why not invest in creating the perfect, personalised space to soak up the sun this summer? 


New to the market for 2022, the Charlie Oven is the ultimate charcoal barbecue, pizza oven and smoker which will give you restaurant-quality food at home. It is not cheap, but it does come with a three-year warranty included. £4,950,


Designed by Alberto Lievore and made in Italy, the AllSize garden table is both beautiful and hard-wearing. Made from iroko is an African wood, particularly suitable for exterior use, it has also been treated with a water-resistant finish. £3,100,


No garden is properly complete without a fire pit and this designer version from Cook King’s Kongo Collection is one of our favourites. The concave shape prevents the embers from being blown around and it can be easily coated to prevent rusting. £561,


These beautiful solar lanterns for the garden are a perfect addition this summer. You can use them as tree decorations, hang them from a pergola or place them on a stand on the floor or as a table light. £38.95,


The Kafi Resin garden coffee table is so light and practical that you can easily move it to where you need it most. Its weaving imitates rattan to perfection, making this a stylish addition to your garden whatever the weather. £199,


The Cruz hammock is made in woven striped cotton in a beautiful soft coloured combo and features attractive macrame edges. The material has also been certified as free of substances that may be harmful to health and the environment. £135,


Is this not a fabulous combination? Pair this striking geometric outdoor rug in vibrant pink with a pair of Frida Kahlo cushions to give your outdoor space a shot of Mexican artistry. Rug, £45; cushions, £36,


Author:  Sarah Freeman, V&A Homes


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