Tag Archive for Patio Furniture

Why purchase cast aluminium garden furniture?

Alice Cast Aluminium Garden Furniture set

We recently received this lovely testimonial from a Lazy Susan customer that we feel truly highlights why you should purchase our cast aluminium garden furniture over other materials: I felt compelled to contact you after what must be 10 years to say how delighted we still are by your garden furniture. I can not remember when we ordered it but think it is probably about 10 years of rain, frost, snow and of course sun. We have left it out in all weathers and it is still as good as new…

Please help us Do Some Good!

If you purchase new garden furniture from Lazy Susan, then please don’t forget to take a few photos for our Do Some Good campaign. Our popular charity initiative has raised over £79,000 to date for great causes across the UK and around the world. So far in 2020 we’ve donated:  £10,000 to Colonel Tom’s Walk for the NHS £2,500 each…

Lazy Susan make charity donation to Ted

Lazy Susan make charity donation to Team Ted

Earlier this week the team at Lazy Susan, as part of our Do Some Good campaign, made a £2,000 donation to 11 year old Ted who’s running a marathon for Living Paintings. Living Paintings are a wonderful UK charity that produces tactile books for the blind. Michael, the owner of Lazy Susan, had this to say about the decision to make this donation…

The Lazy Susan BIG Summer 2020 Sale

Hannah 4 Seater Antique Bronze Customer Photo

The forecast for the next week is looking promising, and with summer just around the corner, now is the perfect time to buy new garden furniture from Lazy Susan. Save up to £100 off some of our best-selling garden furniture sets. We’ve got a great mix of styles, colours, shapes and sizes, so there’s a set for every patio. Order now to get them delivered and on your patio for summer 2020…

Destination garden

I recently read an article that stated doctors in the UK are urging us to avoid gardening or DIY jobs around the house during the coronavirus lockdown. They’re concerned that it might result in injuries that could add to the strain that hospitals are facing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. It makes sense, and we all need to be doing everything we can to stay safe and support the NHS. Best to avoid any risky activities, only tackle those sort of DIY jobs if they are essential, and you know how to use the equipment safely. That said, whilst I won’t be getting the chainsaw out anytime soon, there is still plenty we can be doing during the current lockdown…

Do Some Good NHS Appeal

NHS Do Some Good

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has had a devastating impact on all our lives. However, in difficult times, we truly get to see the good in people. Our respect and gratitude to the NHS and all key workers is hard to put into words. They are heroes, one and all. That is why this year we want to focus much of the efforts of our Do Some Good campaign on the NHS. And speaking of heroes… Earlier this month we made a £10,000 donation to Captain (now Colonel) Tom Moore and his incredible Walk For The NHS.

Lazy Susan make big screen debut

Lazy Susan's Big Screen Debut

Lazy Susan is extremely proud to share this sneak peek of our first foray into the world of cinema. In these difficult times it is nice to share something positive too… We were recently sent some wonderful photographs of our garden furniture making its big screen debut! They were sent to us by Production Designer, Francesco Fonda, and the photographs come from the set of a film called “Qui rido io”. The scenes pictured were shot earlier this year in Rome, Italy, and feature our Tulip Bistro Set. The film is by iconic Italian film director and screenwriter, Mario Martone, and it centres around the king of Neapolitan comedians, the great actor and playwright Eduardo Scarpetta.

The wellbeing garden is more important than ever

Alice Cast Aluminium Garden Furniture set

These truly are worrying times, with the world gripped in the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses are closed, social distancing is in place and we are on lockdown. For non key workers, the best thing we can do is support those around us, stay home and stay safe. One area the Lazy Susan team and I thought we could offer a little advice is with regard to the concept of a wellbeing garden. Creating a space outside that is beneficial to both our mental and physical wellbeing. We’d touched on this concept in our recent trend articles, and I’d planned to look at it in more detail before the Coronavirus lockdown, but now it seems more pertinent than ever. If we are going to be staying at home for the foreseeable weeks, maybe even months ahead, then our gardens will be come even more important to our health and wellbeing than they’ve ever been before…