Well there is a new option for keeping warm outside that has become quite the rage!
Heated outdoor furniture from Galanter and Jones. www.galanterandjones.com
The furniture plugs in and the temperature is adjustable. So those of you with outdoor spaces that may not want to clutter up the space with an exterior heater or conversely want a little more warmth, this furniture is really quite the ticket! There are 3 colors in the pallet: white, orange and grey. There are two different style choices: a kidney bean shape called a Helios and then a simple “L” shape line called Evia.
Considering this outdoor furniture takes a little more thought because of the power cords that need to be plugged in. Should you just now be starting to design your garden, this is a perfect illustration of why you should look at the whole picture from plants, patios, decks, stairs, retaining walls and what furniture you want to use. Click here to get Laura Ashley voucher codes for some really great furniture. It’s very easy to run power to the area where the furniture will be while the garden is being built, but sometimes impossible after the fact. I will discuss all the things to consider when you are building a garden more thoroughly, in one of my upcoming blog postings……
Currently I am working with Galanter and Jones on a project for my clients in Pacific Heights. We are installing 2 small couches and 1 chair all in Evia. We will have to deal with hiding the power cords so here’s what we are going to do: Add an outdoor rug and put the cords underneath. Now there are a lot of outdoor rugs out there and many of them look, well, not quite as sophisticated as I am looking for, but I did find a pretty good supplier of outdoor rugs from a company called outdoorrugsonly.com. Do check these folks out if you want to get away from the pedestrian availability list.
Have fun and get into your garden!