It may not be sunbathing weather just yet, but in good old British fashion, if the sun is out so are we!
With spring in the air and Easter just around the corner, there has never been a better excuse to grab the ones you love for a garden get together. Here is our guide to outdoor dining done right:
Are you sitting comfortably?
Gone are the days of uncomfortable benches and rigid plastic chairs - it is time to invest in something more relaxing. Whether you’re planning intimate soirées or celebrations for the extended family, you’ll take pleasure in inviting friends and family over to relax in the sun on your fabulous furniture. Add a corner set to your garden this year for the perfect conversational set up, whilst ensuring you have room for everyone.
What a dish
Nothing welcomes guest quite like the smells of a barbecue. From succulent sausages to beautiful burgers and mouth watering corn on the cob - fill your garden with stunning sounds and smells whilst you fill your guests bellies.
At last the age old question of charcoal or gas has been answered! If you crave of the distinctive smoked flavours of charcoal whilst longing for the convenience of gas, then we have the thing for you. The Char Broil dual-fuel Gas2Coal Hybrid Grill quickly and easily converts between fuels for signature cooking every time.
Wined and dined
It’s time to get the drinks flowing. Take the pressure off yourself as host by creating a ‘serve yourself station’. Set up a drinks cart with everything needed to make delicious drinks, including glasses, mixers, and ready made cocktails. On warmer days keep drinks cool by placing your station under cover.
Keep the party going
Ensure your evenings aren’t cut short by providing your guests with plenty of warmth and light to keep them comfortable as the night draws in. Use a fire pit for an atmospheric focal point then complete the look with lights and lanterns throughout your outdoor area for a cosy look and feel. Don’t forgot the ultimate accessory - lots of throws for draping over shoulders and across knees.