Why Rattan Garden Furniture Is Our Top Choice March 16 2017

With Spring just around the corner it's time to start thinking about transforming your garden. Whether you use your garden for barbecues with your friends or simply to relax with a book, the warmer weather is the perfect opportunity to clear out the cob webs and buy some new garden furniture.

 

When you consider your garden is open to the elements, you really have to think hard when it comes to picking the right furniture. You should buy garden furniture with the right material that is sturdy but still looks great. Rattan is one of those materials, grown in the jungles of the South Eastern region it is one of the sturdiest wood you'll ever find. As rattan is such a tough material you'll find it extremely hard to break, so your furniture will last for years to come.

 

Maintaining Rattan furniture is very easy to do and all you need is some dish washing detergent, warm water, a soft cloth and a toothbrush. No matter how hard the winter may be on your garden furniture, a quick clean in the spring and they'll be back to their original condition in no time, unlike cheaper steel which can rust.

 

Before you go out and buy the first Rattan furniture set you see - not all garden furniture it equal and you should step carefully and examine the sort of materials and finish your garden furniture comes in. The best Rattan furniture comes with a large comfortable cushion and is made of PE or HDPE which is created using a eco-friendly manufacturing process. It's more weather proof than PVC and is mould resistant.

 

lovefurnitureuk specialises in Rattan garden furniture and has lots of lovely garden sets available. The Royal Prestige collection has lots of items available including Rattan outdoor sofas in a variety of sizes, day beds and loungers. Prices are extremely competitive and you're bound to find a great deal. Other collections include Port Royal garden furniture as well as  Royalcraft Cannes and Wentworth which come in a variety of finishes.                   

 

So when the sun starts to shine more regularly than the clouds rear their head it's time to get busy and start restoring your garden. Don't let your neighbour beat you to it and end up with a better garden then yours!