As the days warm and lengthen, twentytwentyone has a host of fresh designs to help you enjoy outdoor living.
Currently on display at our River Street showroom, our range of classic and contemporary garden furniture includes new designs by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, Jasper Morrison and TAF Architects.
Many models are now in stock and available for immediate delivery to your garden.
Designed by the Bouroullec brothers, Palissade is an extensive family of outdoor furniture formed from linear slatted metal.
Evoking traditional French garden furniture while remaining resolutely contemporary, the Palissade collection includes stools, lounge chairs and benches as well as tables and chairs for outdoor dining.
Jasper Morrison’s All Plastic Chair recalls the form of the traditional wooden chair, but uses new materials and production techniques to offer enhanced comfort, functionality and adaptability.
Cast in dyed-through polypropylene which is sun and water-resistant, the All Plastic Chair may be used both indoors and outside and is available in seven different colours.
The award-winning Overlap family of outdoor furniture by TAF Architects combines a distinctive folded steel leg system with table tops and bench seats in untreated Western Red cedar wood which will patinate and mature with use.
For the green-fingered, we have a new range of Japanese garden tools to assist you in tending and trimming plants.
Prized in Japan for their strength, sharpness and ease of use, these expertly crafted secateurs, snips and weeding hoes are now available to British gardeners.
Use alongside the Lungo watering can, which has a graceful form inspired by the profile of a traditional enamel coffee pot to bring a dash of wit to the act of watering the plants.
If you wish to bring outdoor greenery inside, our range of pots and containers embraces from simple and striking designs in earthenware and metal as well as hanging pots with a distinct sense of character.
We have also selected garden accessories to bring light and warmth to outdoor spaces, including the best-selling Follow Me rechargeable light.
With an oak handle for portability, this appealing little mushroom-shaped light casts a warm glow over drinks in the garden or picnics further afield.
Meanwhile the Flame firebowl creates fireside atmosphere in gardens and on beaches, and the Patina oil lamp sees a traditional light source for your garden table reconfigured with a sleek modern form.
You can also bring additional life to outdoor spaces by encouraging visitors in the form of birds and insect life.
Our selection of garden accessories includes a geometric contemporary take on the bird nesting box, bee hotels sustainably crafted from fallen trees in Buckinghamshire woodland and captivating copper bird feeders which are sculptural objects in their own right.
Finally, we have a selection of outdoor games to help you take advantage of warmer days.
Chose between a table tennis kit that equips any outdoor table for an impromptu match, a petanque set for a more sedate game of boules or that summer standby – a kite with a bold graphic design.
Whether you wish to get active in the garden or simply sit and bask, our selection is certain to help you make the most of Spring.
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In anticipation of Springtime activities, twentytwentyone has a fresh range of designs for your home and garden, from classic and contemporary outdoor furniture to design-led accessories for interior and exterior.
Whether you are in need of bee hotels, bird feeders or nesting boxes to bring new ecodiversity to your garden or simply wish to bring the outdoors inside with pots and planters for household greenery, our discerning selection of indoor and outdoor accessories is sure to help you make the most of Spring.
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Summer approaches and the great outdoors beckons. twentytwentyone’s collection of design-led, classic and contemporary outdoor accessories is specially selected to help you transform your outdoor space, from seed sets to bee hotels. We’ve chosen 5 designs to inspire you.
1. Water feature
Whether you are watering a few pots or extensive flowerbeds, the Haws long-reach watering can is perfectly balanced so that it can be used full, half-full or empty without placing undue strain on the user. The longer spout ensures a constant watering pressure while the brass rose creates a fine spray that won’t drown plants. A classic piece of functional design and an elegant object in its own right.
2. Instant atmosphere
Firebowls offer an easy way to create a fireside atmosphere in any outdoor space. The Ignis firebowl, designed by VE2 for Skagerak, is light enough to be moved about with ease and placed wherever you wish. The bowl is made of weather-resistant, rust-inhibiting Corten steel, and the legs ensure the device is ideal for use on decking or other surfaces that cannot withstand high temperatures. Its portability makes it perfect for beaches and camping trips and means that ashes can be emptied out in an instant.
3. Shade solutions
Create welcome shade and shelter with the Messina parasol by Skagarek. Its minimal form is reminiscent of Asian sunshades, while the combination of white fabric and wood suggests a maritime look. The fabric shade is teflon-coated to repel water and dirt and the durable meranti wood frame will complement all outdoor spaces.
4. Outdoor games
Outdoors isn’t just for relaxation and contemplation. Corknet by Julian Bond is an ingenious way of transforming any flat surface into a table tennis table. Made from natural cork, this lightweight set is portable and easy to store, making it ideal for holidays as well as homes. For a gentler form of exercise, the Petanque set by Akiko Kuwahata for Skagerak contains a traditional French boules set within a beautifully constructed carrying case.
5. Animal sanctuaries
Add interest to outdoor spaces with ornamental products that encourage wildlife and benefit the eco-system. The Georgian birdhouse by Tomoko Azumi for TNA Design Studio provides an ideal home for blue tits and robins, laser-etched with a Georgian house design and topped by a recycled period roof tile. Geoffrey Fisher’s bee hotels attract solitary bees and are hand-carved from sustainably sourced wood. Both are as pleasing to the eye as they are beneficial to the environment.