Stylish and classy outdoor furniture by Barlow Tyrie
Doesn’t this look just wonderful?
My partner and I have been looking at holiday destinations over the past week or so. We can’t go away until October this year so we’re looking for some sunshine and relaxation.
Of all the websites and brochures we’re been wading through, I thought it was quite amusing that it was a furniture catalogue that really managed to transport me to another place!
Barlow Tyrie have been making outdoor furniture since the 1920s. Their ranges include teak, stainless steel, aluminium and a woven finish (seen above) and all pieces are really beautifully crafted. Barlow Tyrie are at the top end of the market but, in my opinion, each piece is of the highest quality and worth every penny.
I love this deep-seated Linear sofa and chair. If you have the space outside, why not create a lounge area in your garden? This type of seating makes relaxing outside on a warm summer evening much more appealing.
Barlow Tyrie offer a range of lounge-style seating for outdoor use, here’s one of the woven ranges, Arizona…
Or if you want something a little less contemporary in style, the Savannah range offers a more informal look…
The other ranges are really elegant too. The Equinox range comes in various finishes and I love the simplicity of the teak and stainless steel…
Of course they offer more traditional styles too but if you’re looking for something a bit different, and with a touch of class, then I’m very confident you’ll find something you like.
More comprehensive details of all the ranges are available on the Barlow Tyrie website. It’s also worth requesting a catalogue, I find it much easier to flick through. A full list of stockists are also available online and include high street retailers such as John Lewis.
(Images: Barlow Tyrie)
Lisa has been connected to the outdoors since she was a young child and has wonderful memories of spending time in the garden with her sister and friends. She specialises in helping families turn their gardens in to an extension of their home - a space that can be used and enjoyed all year round. You can read her blog at blog.lisacoxdesigns.co.uk and follow her on Twitter @lisacoxgardens. Read more posts by Lisa Cox.
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