ONE DECKING TWO WAYS; One outdoor space, two brilliant but different ideas to make the most of getting in the garden this summer.
On sofa from left: Metallic print knit silver cushion, PS12; metallic lattice silver cushion, PS10, sequin cushion, PS12; metallic print knit throw, PS25; sequin cushion (as before); metallic print knit silver cushion, PS12; metallic cushion, PS10; all Tesco.
On coffee table: Recycled carafe, PS11.99; platter, PS7.99, both Lakeland. Contemporay Mirror Polish cutlery, PS20, part of 16-piece set, Tesco.
Pussy willow, PS5 per bunch, Tesco. French Bee embossed glasses, PS6.50 each; wire-covered glass hanging jars, PS6.50 each; wood, glass and mirror hurricane candle holder, PS14.95, Rockett St George; plastic rug, from PS12, Re-found Objects. Shoes PS20, Fizz (fizzfashion.co.uk).
Eclectic dining: Introduce pretty pastels and chintzy florals for an outdoor eating experience with boho chic Oxforde seven-piece dining table and six matching chairs (two shown), PS1,100, Tesco. Marie Therese pastel chandelier, PS70, Tesco. Mexicana bunting, PS8.50, Talking Tables. Primrose garden chairs, PS59 each, Oliver Bonas. Floral Fiesta honeycomb balls, PS6 for three, Talking Tables. Metallic lattice silver cushion, PS10; sequin cushion, PS12; metallic print knit silver cushion, PS12, all Tesco. Green plastic stool, PS60, Re-found Objects. Woven throw, PS15, Tesco. Maya basket, PS62, Rockett St George. Cushions, from a selection at Tesco (as before).
On table, from left: Recycled clip glass bottles, PS12 each, Tesco. Italian aluminium candleholders, PS4 each; coloured pressed glass jug, PS39; coloured pressed glasses, PS7.50 each, Re-found Objects. Flower bottles, from a selection, Claygate Flowers. White napkins, PS4 for four, all Tesco. Small bottles, stylist's own.
Lantern, PS10 each, Tesco
Set of Baloo baskets, PS45; faded knit throw; PS25, Tesco
Plates and bowls from a selection, from PS5, Tesco
Wooden food baskets, PS5.50 for three, Talking Tables
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|Publication:||Sunday Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Jun 29, 2014|
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