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Bring some sunshine to your garden this summer

PUBLISHED: 12:00 23 May 2014

Farmer's Cottage Rotating Sphere Seater from John Lewis

Farmer's Cottage Rotating Sphere Seater from John Lewis

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With those first breaths of summer comes the need to freshen up the home, inside and out

BrIng the summer In

If you can’t get to the beach, bring the beach to you with this outdoor art canvas made from completely weatherproof materials. £204

www.insideout-gardenart.co.uk

No Flies On You

The design on this glorious cushion, in this season’s on trend sunshine yellow, was inspired by the hope of long summer days to come. Made with organic cotton/bamboo fabric and designed and handmade in the UK.

Fly du Soleil Cushion £40 www.space1adesign.com

Take The Inside Out

When you want to be out, but it’s just not quite warm enough…a garden pod does the trick. This rotating dining pod seats seven and can be turned to face the sun or shade as you wish and its five top to toe windows offer a panoramic view of your garden.

Farmer’s Cottage Rotating Sphere Seater Pod £7599.00 www.johnlewis.com

A Little Birdie Told Me

With its simple shape and easy grip the unique Birdie carafe by Sagaform, designed by Markus Johannson, is easy to use and great for wine or water plus brings a touch of fun and elegance to any table, indoor or out.

Turquoise Birdie Carafe £30 www.cloudberryliving.co.uk

Just Hanging About

There’s nothing so summery as just hanging about in the garden, sipping a Pimms and reading the latest blockbuster, and here’s how to do it in style.

Karate Hammock £58 Hammock Cushion £26 www.deckchairstripes.com

Stay Hydrated

Keeping the fluid levels up won’t be a problem with these delightful glasses by Sagaform. H2O, fruit punch or something a little stronger; whatever your poison it will all look great in these.

Fantasy Glasses, Set of Four £13.95 www.scandinavianshop.co.uk,chpoi

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