Different types of garden furniture can suit your life at various stages. For instance, when you have small children, you look for garden furniture which can be easily maintained and relatively safe for toddlers. More often than not you try and save money and go for whatever is cheapest in terms of plastic or resin garden sets. You can leave out these out in all weathers and throw them away when they begin to get really tatty.
Once the children get a little older you can then move onto a wooden garden furniture set as the children will be old enough to mind their heads a bit more on any sharp table corners. You can also easily maintain the wood veneer with a lick of wood stain annually.
When the kids are even older and you are looking for something a bit nicer to put in your garden then you should look no further than some of the stunning blue and white ceramic designs currently available. Some are set in beautiful iron frames and, together with the aged blue and white ceramic design, can create a beautiful look for your garden space. They look almost antique in design and the range brings a touch of old-style glamour into any garden or patio area. You can mix and match this type of garden furniture with more modern pieces to create a completely bespoke garden look – add hanging lanterns to light up your seating area as these look great at night, so too do hurricane lamps and tea-light holders dotted around the ground. Experiment with some different looks to create something unique with this beautiful ceramic furniture as the focal point.