Garden Furniture

Metal Design Furniture with a Selection of Garden Seats!

Last time we heard about the interesting history of garden benches, and a bit about how to match them to your own garden – and with the weather getting lovelier by the day and summer drawing nearer and nearer, it is the perfect time for you to hear some more about the beautiful, elegant garden seats Metal Design Furniture has to offer!

We can provide your garden with a variety of styles of chairs, customised to your own taste and preference.

First, the Paris chair – available with armrests, too, for added comfort – is stunning in its simplicity and gentle, curved design. It is perfect for a small or large garden, and comes in three different colours – choose anthracite grey for an edgier look, or cream or pure white for a subtler, more relaxing look. For more information, click here.

The Paris garden chair.

The Oliver Garden Chair

The Castrum garden chair is a more solid, square creation, and comes in cream white and anthracite grey – which you can mix with bronze or green patina for a bolder statement. This chair’s hot-zinc anti-rust treatment makes it weatherproof and usable at any time of the year! For more information, click here.

Lastly, the Oliver garden chair offers a relaxed Tuscany style and light, ergonomical structure – making it perfect for beauty as well as comfort! This chair also comes in a variety of colours. For more information, click here.

Metal Design Furniture also offers these chairs as part of two-, three-, four- and six-seater sets, complete with a garden table for long, tranquil summer days in the garden. For more information, click here.

 

Metal Design Furniture and the History of Garden Benches

Garden benches are something we all know and, at Metal Design Furniture, love – they come in all shapes and sizes, made from wood, stone or metal, simple and rustic or elaborate and elegant. But garden benches were not always so common and in fact have a long and interesting history behind them – who knew?

Garden benches met popular demand in the mid-nineteenth century with the rise of attractions such as public parks and piers – and the masses simply demanded a place to sit and rest after a long day!

1700s-1800s Bench. Image Credit: liveauctioneers.com

Initially, benches were not attractive, refined or comfortable… but thankfully, they were slowly being designed to provide both comfort and a subtle aesthetic.

Garden benches are an essential part of any garden – they act not only as a place of rest or relaxation, but also often as a decorative piece! A Telegraph article suggests that you match the size of your bench to the size of your home, so that your garden remains proportional and balanced. You might also wish to choose a different style of bench according to the way your home looks and is decorated.

Thankfully, at Metal Design Furniture we have a range of garden benches, with different styles to correspond with your taste – to find out more, look out for next week’s post!

Collaboration Series Part III: Sam Tinsley-Wood’s Shining Review of Metal Design Furniture

The Secret Garden in The Crimble, Rochdale. Image Credit: Tinsley Wood Interior Design.

You may have heard, in previous weeks, about our collaboration with Tinsley Wood Interior Design– first on an outside venue, The Secret Garden (pictured to the left), and then on an exciting new project for which Metal Design Furniture designed and produced special decorative pieces.

We will have more information about the second project soon – keep your eye out! – But until then, we’d like to bring another update, this time from designer Sam Tinsley-Wood herself!

The interior designer has recently posted a review on Metal Design Furniture’s Facebook page. “I have worked with Metal Design Furniture on two commercial projects now where timescales were tight,” she explains, and goes on to say, “Metal Design Furniture delivers exactly what it promises and its attention to detail and perfectionism is exemplary.”

We are so pleased by her positive review – and it has been a delight and a pleasure to work with her too!

Collaboration Series Part I: Metal Design Furniture’s Secret Garden

In another exciting collaboration, Metal Design Furniture has worked with interior designer Sam Tinsley-Wood to produce some stunning results.

The Secret Garden, a new, beautiful outside venue in Rochdale, Lancashire, officially opened to guests on 13th June last year and is the product of the cooperation of the interior designer and Metal Design Furniture.

The Secret Garden. Picture Credit: Tinsley Wood Interior Design

Metal Design Furniture helped design a scenic metal pergola, pictured to the left, to give the place a truly intimate, rural and ‘hideaway’ feel, as well as some gorgeous metal chairs especially for the occasion!

Metal Design Furniture’s chairs. Photo Credit: Tinsley Wood Interior Design

Interior designer Sam Tinsley-Wood has over twenty years’ experience in the industry and creates unique, inventive designs – it was a pleasure to work with her!

With Metal Design Furniture, you too can create your own cozy, intimate Secret Garden:

 Our Paris Gazebo is magnificent yet serene – for more details, click here.

And the Oliver garden chair is perfect for creating a rustic, relaxed atmosphere in your garden – for more details, click here.

Stay tuned for more updates on our collaboration with Tinsley Wood Interior design!