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winter terrace inspiration
In winter, we tend to spend most of our days indoors. Still, despite the cold, the occasional breath of fresh air – even in the middle of winter – can work wonders for your health as well as your mood, especially if you’re the lucky owner of a cosy winter terrace. (...) Read more
Hosting a New Year’s reception is no mean feat. To make sure your guests have the time of their lives, you need a lot of planning and organising skills. And that’s not all, because you obviously don’t want to throw a party that’s merely average. Our tip for 2017? A New Year’s reception in your garden! (...) Read more
Celebrating christmas in your garden? Ho, ho, ho, why not!
From decorating the tree to roasting the turkey, Christmas is a time for traditions. But that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate Christmas a little differently this year… Why not take the party outside, and host it in the garden for a change? Read on to find out how you can turn your garden into a magical winter palace in no time! (...) Read more
winterbarbecue
Did you know that there’s absolutely no need to miss out on barbecue fun during the winter months? Check our tips for hosting a successful winter barbecue! (...) Read more
outdoor lighting
Outdoor lighting makes all the difference when it comes to creating magical moments in the garden – be it on summer evenings, rainy autumn afternoons or lovely spring nights. But which garden or patio lights to choose? Don’t worry: with these three pointers, you simply can’t go wrong. (...) Read more
wellness in the garden
Nothing beats winding down in the comfort of your own home. Yes, spending a day at the spa can be heavenly, but deep down we all dream of kicking back in our very own hot tub or sauna. Preferably one that is located in our own little green sanctuary, of course. Because there’s nothing quite like relaxing and enjoying that blissful Zen feeling of wellness in your garden. (...) Read more
Garden ready for winter
The winter season is a winding down time in the garden, provided you take the time to get your garden winter ready when autumn is coming to its end. (...) Read more
A garden room that's warm and dry
Do you love spending time in the garden? Then June to September is probably your favourite time of the year. Why not try and extend that lovely period? Thanks to your very own garden room you can enjoy some family time and me time in your garden even in the fall. (...) Read more

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