Never mind the weather

28 January 2013 - 5:55pm
Submitted by Sorrel Everton

It may be a little chilly out there but given a sunny day, there's still reason enough to get outside. Here's a few items to help keep you warm once you are out and about. 

This wood-fired ‘Dutchtub’ by Welvetree can be used anywhere you have access to water. In a range of colours, £4,500. Accompanying ashtray and chimney, priced £135 and £595 respectively, all available from bigfire, tel 01395 275300 

Pip Studio ‘Birds of Paradise’ bath towels £30 each from Amara, tel 0800 587 7645 

Red spotty enamel mugs, £13 for two, djezva coffee pot £11, and red enamel bowl (on stove), £20, from The Outdoor Kitchen.

Enjoy the outdoors in an Airstream trailer, starting at £31,300, Airstream, tel 01539 624141

In the trailer doorway, cushion, £30 from Hen & Hammock, tel 01844 217060, and Avoca ‘Sunburst’ Spectrum throw, £87.50, from Amara (as before).

 

These Weltevree field chairs are made from robust tanalised wood, and can be used indoors or out, £295 a pair, available from bigfire as before.

Pictured on chairs, ‘Virginia’ Merino lambswool throw, £410 (large) and ‘Papaya’ cushion £95 from Wallace Sewell, £95, tel 020 7833 2995. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cook up a feast in your garden with a Kotlich cooking set. Metal tripod with chain, 13-litre enamel  ‘Kotlich’ pot, and grill (not pictured), all for £108.44.

Firepit sold separate.

Honeycomb pattern blue enamel jug and two mugs, £25 for set, 7-litre red water carrier and lid £30.50 and spotty mugs as before, from The Outdoor Kitchen. All prices include P&P.

Avoca lambswool throw ‘WR73’ £87.50 from Amara, as before.

Birch tray, £25, from Hen & Hammock

 

 

 

• We feature a selection of products to buy every issue on our Shop Front pages. The products above are a selection from the February 2012 issue.

Photographs by Sean Malyon, stylist Amy Grenham
Shot on location at the home of garden designer Robin Pargeter, tel 07957 207067.

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