Enjoy the summer and admire your garden from an outdoor beanbag
With the Chelsea Flower Show in full swing this week, what better time to start thinking about your garden this summer and how to fully enjoy the results of your toils.
No garden is complete without an area where you can enjoy al fresco meals, entertain family and friends or just relax with a book. With our extensive range of outdoor beanbags, rucomfy beanbags can help you to create the perfect chill out area, without breaking the bank. To help even further we are currently offering a free, lime green footstool with many of our outdoor beanbags.
As the gardens of the Chelsea Flower Show perfectly demonstrate, a garden utopia is a creation which stems from your own mind and tastes. You may like the bold, strong lines of topiary as seen in Cleve West’s Best in Show 2012 garden for Brewin Dolphin, or perhaps you prefer a more flamboyant approach to gardening and take your inspiration from Diarmuid Gavin, whose 7 storey high tower for the Westland Magic Garden certainly has everyone talking this year. Approaches to garden design clearly differ, but one thing that each designer at the Chelsea Flower Show can agree upon is the importance of including a seating area from where the garden and your hard work can be admired.
With a choice ranging from outdoor giant beanbags and beanbag loungers to outdoor beanbag cushions and beanbag chairs, we can help you to design the perfect garden area in which to relax and entertain. From sizzling lime green to sophisticated greys and black rucomfy beanbags have a colour to compliment your planting design.
Rucomfy beanbags top garden design tips
- Create areas which will encourage wildlife into your garden. Not only will you help the dwindling bee and butterfly population, but wildlife is also good for your garden; helping with pollination and even eating some of nature’s baddies along the way – think hedgehogs and slugs!
- Think water conservation. With abundant drought warnings this summer, include ways to collect rainwater in your garden design so you can carry on watering your plants throughout summer.
- Include a vegetable patch. Not only will this give you fresh, home grown vegetables to impress your guests with, but what better way to get children interested in eating vegetables than to actually grow and pick them themselves?
- When designing your seating area, use materials which will allow any rainwater to seep through into the ground. This will help water to be absorbed into the ground rather than evaporate and be wasted. Use gravel or decking rather than paving slabs with mortar in the joints.
- Finally enjoy your garden, it is not work, it is creating an extension of your house where children and adults alike can play and relax and not be stuck in front of the TV! What’s the best way to relax? On a rucomfy outdoor beanbag of course!