Luxury Garden Wishlist

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Lifestyle and home education blogger at Wildling Wishes, main contributor and editor for She Might Be, draws pictures for money at Rymermade on Etsy.
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Whenever I think about what I want to add to my garden in the next few years, the same things always come to mind. Sure I’ve already added a hot tub and that has been amazing for relaxing and spending time with my family, but I need some other areas to relax in, so here’s what I have in mind…

Hanging Pod

There are so many luxury outdoor furniture options now. When it comes to relaxing, I want to feel like I’m truly floating, and hanging pods are a great way to do just that. I think these would be amazing to sit in with a drink, or maybe even curl up with a book.

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Garden Sofa

Every luxury garden needs a garden sofa. I absolutely love the idea of being able to sit down and put my feet up, comfortably, whilst outside. Rattan furniture is a great way to do this and depending on when and where you shop, you can get some mega deals on them too!

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Stunning Flowers

I’ve been watching a lot of home and garden programs on Netflix lately and I was introduced to Monty Don for the first time. Wow, is that man impressive! Ever since I’ve been thinking about flowers, and a lot of them. Beautiful trees, herbs, and stunningly bright flower beds. I think different shaped plant pots would really give that luxury garden vibe too.

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Entertaining Space

All great gardens need a big space for entertaining. We already have a fantastic wooden table that extends out to cater for as many guests as we like. My dad recently sanded it completely down and revarnished it so that it would be protected for even more years to come. We spent a lot on that table and I really think that a good garden table is a fantastic investment, as long as you look after it.

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Lifestyle and home education blogger at Wildling Wishes, main contributor and editor for She Might Be, draws pictures for money at Rymermade on Etsy.

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