Garden Trends You Won’t Be Able to Resist in 2020
Posted on January 17, 2020 by Hana Orford
2020 has only just begun, and so have our garden trend predictions. Obviously, we’re not psychic (although, we wish we were!) but we can have a pretty good guesstimate on what will end up in peoples gardens this year.
Summer may seem like its so far away right now, but before you know it the sun will be shining and you’ll be scrambling to find the best furniture, luckily with this handy guide you’ll have all the best ideas to transform your garden into the perfect summer haven.
- Upholstered Garden Furniture
We want to relax, and a garden chair just doesn’t cut it anymore. We want the FULL sofa experience outside. Luckily for you it’s easier than evet to find a great upholstered set to suit any garden space. They can double up as sunbeds, pull up a table and use the space to have a wonderful alfresco meal.
Another great benefit to upholstered furniture sets that many people are unaware of is that they’re waterproof and mould resistant. The range we stock here at Desser is also UV resistance (we’re the full package, we know!) so you can actually leave your furniture untouched even throughout the winter and it will be as good as new next year too.
As it’s the start of a new decade and the year of the ‘new’, you may as well try something a little different. Why not take a look at our outdoor upholstered range here.
2. Small Garden Jungles
The whole minimalist garden is great, but it’s starting to get a little worn out this year which is why we are hoping to see some more garden jungles come to light. They have been gaining popularity in the recent years as those with small gardens, aren’t necessarily wanting more floor space, but to have a garden that they enjoy.
Not only does this create a great and often private garden space, but it give’s back to the local wildlife, which leads us on to our next point…
3. Creating a Haven for Wildlife
From bird baths to ponds to planting the best flowers and shrubs for the wildlife around us many more people are becoming ethically aware on the choices that they are making day to day.
Why not try growing your own veg or getting the kids to help you make a ‘bug hotel’. Attracting as much wildlife as possible will not only help them, but it’ll help to keep your garden looking lovely.
Plants such as; lavender, bluebells and ox-eye daisies are great for helping bees and they look lovely too.