When it comes to garden spaces, bigger is by no means better. If you’ve got a balcony, patio or small garden, you can create a beautiful outdoor space that you love with a little bit of planning and inspiration. Whilst we can’t design your garden for you, we can give you some great ideas to help get your imagination going and how to make the most out of the space you’ve got.
Add a little bit of Tuscany to your outdoor space with a rustic bamboo shelter. This style of covering will bring shade in the summer and protection in the windier weather. If you want to add some plants to your space, then it will also act as a trellis for climbing plants. You can easily add this style to any outdoor space.
Some freestanding furniture can be bulky and take up a lot of room. Maximise your space by incorporating some fixed seating and benches into your garden design. To add a splash of colour, incorporate some Moroccan-style cushions and blankets. Not all gardens have to be green, and the red tones will complement your garden features nicely.
You can’t beat a bit of outdoor dining on a warm summer’s evening. If you want to add in an outdoor dining set, then think carefully about the space you have and the type of furniture you’re going to buy. There’s no point in having a large dining set taking up all of the limited room you have. Once you’ve found the set that’s right for your space, add an elegant tablecloth and some feature candles to turn your outdoor dining space into a luxurious one.
Add-In a Fire Pit
Adding warmth, ambience and light, a fire pit will bring so much to a garden. They’re available in a lot of different shapes and sizes, so there’s bound to be one that will work in your garden space, no matter how small. They make a great focal point, which you can then use as a feature point for the rest of your design.
Whilst we don’t necessarily mean having a cascading waterfall in your garden space, you can get some great minimalist water features that are perfect for whatever space may be available to you. A water feature will make your garden a place of relaxation and peace and they make great focal points, as well as helping to create a tranquil environment.
One of the best things about choosing furniture with Desser is the ability to personalise your rattan suites with a wide selection of cushion fabrics. This month everyone is layering up for the cooler climes of autumn, and with that in mind we’re going mad for the ‘Maria’ design.
With an elegant, understated neutral tone it’s perfect not just for autumn but all year round, providing the perfect canvas to splash seasonal scatter pillows over. This Grade B, machine washable fabric is not just practical, but complements a wide range of colours for all rooms and seasons. For this coming autumn, we’d recommend fabric designs such as ‘Kate’ and ‘Nancy’.
Bath, in Somerset, is famous for its wealth of history and culture and is packed with stunning attractions and historical locations. If you want your home to be just as iconic as this location is, why not choose one of our amazing rattan furniture suites for your lounge – specifically, our Bath rattan range which would be absolutely ideal.
There are very few people that don’t like the thought of having a pet. A companion animal can be beneficial for a person, but there is a major concern that worries a lot of people. Furniture can often be the enemy of pets, so the correct maintenance and preparation should be made.
In modern times, we live a hectic lifestyle; running from meetings and rushing to meet deadlines. That’s why a lot of people have adopted Zen interior design as a way of furnishing their homes.
When looking to make home improvements, it is very important that we look to create a completely comfortable surrounding which offers an area for the whole family to live, and of course a place where they can all enjoy full relaxation. At Desser, we don’t just provide quality rattan furniture for our customers, we also offer exquisite garden furniture. Not only that, but we are also leaders in the conservatory furniture market as well as being a top resource for everything you need regarding your own home improvements.
The living room is one of the places in a home that showcases the sense of style that visitors are free to see. Unfortunately, sometimes we don’t get as big a living room as we originally wanted. A lot of people simply choose to ignore the fact that they have a small living room, over furnishing it with bulky furniture. There are various design choices you can use to make a space that anybody would find a pleasure to spend time in.
In light of the amazing CATable which has being doing the rounds on blogs across the internet, we want to look at tables and chairs which are much more than just pieces of furniture. The CATable allows your pet cat to play inside it whilst you sit around eating or drinking. The designer Ruan Hao has really set messageboards alight across the web and he really has inspired us to put together this blog!
There’s more to a good film than a gorgeous actor, great script, and an evocative music score. Set design is a vital component in encouraging audiences to believe wholeheartedly in everything they see on the silver screen. When a film set is badly designed, audiences are transported out of the narrative and back into their cinema seats. It sticks out like a sore thumb and it’s hardly professional.
This list shows how inventors have gone far beyond the boundaries of normal furniture design, these unusual seats and chairs are more than just something to sit on. Artists have created both bizarre and odd looking chair designs – they are wacky, weird and do not conform to normal convention! Where would we be without these left-field thinkers and their peculiarities? Furniture designers from Berlin to Tokyo are producing eccentric and curious armchairs, sofas, benches and have been the architects of many diverse and frankly unusual pieces of furniture. The world’s most talented designers have made chairs which really make you sit up and take notice!
The 1960s was all about cultural change and rebellion, this was true in all aspects of life including pop music, fashion and design. Historical influences were rejected by many new modernist designers who adopted new ways of thinking, they looked forward rather than backwards and the results are still extremely distinctive, half a century later.Continue Reading
We’ll start things off with perhaps a less obvious choice. The American sitcom Cheers suffered poor ratings when it first started out in 1982 – which almost resulted in it being cancelled during the first season – but it soon quite rightly became highly popular and it survived, running for 11 seasons until 1993. It starred a number of well-known American actors including Ted Danson, Shelley Long and Rhea Perlman, and it also launched the career of then-unknown Woody Harrelson, who went on to become quite a star – starring most recently in the 2014 HBO series True Detective alongside Matthew McConaughey.