Summer is almost upon us and what better way to spend the hot season than soaking up the sun. As we continue to social distance, more of us are enjoying the outdoor space on our doorsteps - so whether you are working with big green fields or a tiny courtyard, there are plenty of ways to elevate your garden.
Take a look One4all’s top tips and favourite ways to make the most of your garden ready for summer.
British Summer BBQ
What would a great british summer be without a delicious barbecue? A good barbecue, that is reliable and will make sure all your food is cooked to perfection, is a great investment to make. If the kitchen is the heart of the home, then make the barbecue the heart of the garden and encourage your household to spend some quality time together while enjoying authentic coal-cooked burgers outdoors!
Weber Smokey joe smoke grey charcoal portable barbecue, £75 from B&Q
Keep cool in the
An easy and affordable way to add some excitement to your garden is with an inflatable paddling pool. Sure to delight the whole family, a paddling pool is a fantastic way to temporarily switch-up your garden and keep the little ones entertained, especially if they’re missing leisure centres or public swimming pools.
No matter how big or small your outdoor space may be, there are still ways to grow your own greens. Growing fruit and vegetables is not only a great way to guarantee some delicious fresh produce, but also a rewarding and educational activity. If you’re a beginner, make sure to do some research to ensure that you know how to keep your vegetable patch healthy and a success!
Out with the traditional terracotta and in with chic and stylish plant pots - plants are an essential for any garden, especially if you are lacking greenery, so why not try use them to elevate your exterior décor? These hanging plant pots are beautiful and add a touch of elegance to any garden, while also being a great option if you are working with a small outdoor space.
Burgon & Ball Baby Dotty Hanging Plant Pot Trio, £18.99 from John Lewis
Let us know how you’re making the most of your garden this summer using the hashtag #One4allTips with the handle @One4allUK on Facebook and @One4allGiftUK on Twitter.