If you want to invest in some new garden furniture and are working to a tight budget there are ways you can still enjoy quality without having to break the bank. It may require you to be a bit more creative and to do a little more searching but it will be more than worth it in the end. Here are some tips on how to find affordable outdoor furniture for your home.
Look out of season
You can pick up some fantastic deals during off season that could save you hundreds of pounds. The period usually runs from October through to January each year. Garden furniture sales also happen on bank holidays in Easter, May and August and other big events. It will usually be stock from the spring and summer they want to clear, with some real bargains on offer.
Search for reputable retailers
When we say reputable retailers we don’t necessarily mean the larger companies as everyone will be looking for deals there. There are plenty of online companies who specialise in garden furniture that offer a good balance between price and quality that allow you to get some great deals. One we are big fans of are Furniture Maxi who come with a strong reputation and have a great line of rattan products to choose from.
Buy direct from online sellers
The likes of EBay, Craigslist and other sites have lots of listings of garden furniture that could suit your budget. The listing will feature photos and a dealer rating system to give you more assurances the item is genuine. Products range from old and new, with even collectible items available to buy and you can search by price to ensure you are working to your budget.
Repurpose existing furniture
The never-ending expansive of the internet means you can pretty much find content about anything you need. You’ll find no shortage of sites that offer inspirational ways to makeover existing furniture or to repurpose other items to rejuvenate the garden. You’ll find step-by-step instructions on how to do it at a fraction of the cost of buying brand new furniture, which could be ideal if you are creative minded.