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11 April 2011

Hand crafted garden buildings, arbours and swing sets

Garden arbours and garden swing sets are a great little addition to your garden a place where you can sit and relax, while creating your own little tranquil atmosphere. With the amazing weather we had over the last week, and you were unfortunately tied into cutting the grass or pulling weeds all weekend then what better way than to sit and relax after all that hard work and admire a job well done than in a beautiful hand crafted garden arbour or swing set. When picking the perfect garden arbour it is essential that you look at what you are actually getting.

We all love sitting in our garden throughout the day, and now that the nights are certainly getting longer (and warmer) what better way to sit there and unwind after a long day.

The individually hand crafted in the United Kingdom the unique Scandinavian timber that is used in garden arbours and garden swing sets are a proven sign that you are getting a quality heavy duty feature. With each garden arbour being individually hand crafted in the UK, is also a good sign that when these products were being made to the highest possible standards as none of the garden arbours or swing sets are imported or assembled on a line in batches.  A large range of colours are available so you are able to tie the new garden feature perfectly with your garden. As garden arbours and garden swing sets are all fairly large features, they can sometimes be a hassle to assemble. So if you are looking for an arbour or swing set, you may be interested in ones that are flat packed. This makes them easy to assemble and short assembly time, so you can get them up and ready in no time.

Those small last touches are sometimes the key to creating a fabulous looking garden. Garden bridges are great as they can actually be used for decoration purposes as well or to get you over a small stream. Garden bridges have recently become more popular with gardens that have a more oriental feel.

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posted by UKWaterFeatures at 10:16