Written by Hugh Metcalf

5 of the best statement garden chairs

Long gone are the days where basic, plastic seating will suffice as garden furniture. Try these bold, stylish and comfortable buys for your garden instead.

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More than ever, the garden has become an extension of the home, and with trends for interiors that blur the lines between indoors and outdoors, garden furniture is becoming more and more stylish.

Where it once may have been functional and a tad underwhelming, now there’s a growing trend for statement garden pieces that could work just as well in your home as outside. We’ve picked 6 of the best around at the moment to suit all styles and price tags.

Folksy deckchair, £149.99, Perkins & Morley

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We are getting serious seventies vibes from this technicolour deckchair of dreams. A pop of colour is exactly what your garden needs and this really delivers, just make sure someone can lend a hand to help you out of it!

Mini egg chair, £149, Briq

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Egg chairs are the ultimate outdoor comfort creator, and this mini version is ideal for kiddies! They might be gold dust, but this stylish option is still available at the time of writing  – go, go, go!

Metal garden bistro set in lime green, £69.99, Sue Ryder

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This bold bistro set is ideal for post-lockdown garden gatherings, and the set is a real bargain from charity brand Sue Ryder.

Capri woven outdoor lounge chair, £1095, Ella James

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Woven materials are as popular as ever and this curl up, comfy chair will look ultra stylish on your decking or amongst your greenery.

Crosille single chair, £120, Homebody decor

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Adding a swing seat to your back garden is making the ultimate statement. With Instagram home favourites Mrs Hinch and Stacey Solomon being big fans, it’s no surprise we’re all lusting after one of these.

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