With the Chelsea Flower Show in full swing and Welcome to Yorkshire earning themselves a gold medal for their garden, we’re feeling inspired to bring their look into our garden this summer and show you how you can too.
Inspired by Yorkshire country living, our Helmsley Blush mattress cushions feature a vintage style rose print motif and deep fill stuffing ideal for placing on chairs, benches and the ground to create a comfortable seating arrangement for yourself and guests to enjoy the great outdoors this summer. With matching pieces available, the Helmsley Blush collection is perfect for any traditionally styled garden.
One of the key features of the Welcome to Yorkshire garden this year is a fully functioning canal lock that celebrates the industrial heritage of the region while remaining in connection with nature. With a neutral grey colour palette, the lock and lockkeeper’s cottage are able to blend in seamlessly with the flora around them. With our range vintage style grey stone urn planter you too can strike a beautiful balance of nature and industry.
Donated from the Huddersfield narrow canal, the pair of reclaimed lock gates stand at the centre of the garden to create a stunning feature piece. While it may be difficult to get your hands on a pair of lock gates our reclaimed wooden wall planter is perfect for capturing the essence for industrial style and recycling materials allowing nature to blossom in new places.
Detailing the traditional Canalside cottage is a tranquil blue paintwork finish to the windows and door. Ideal for adding a splash of colour into your garden this summer, our range of hanging heart bird dishes with a colour to suit every style is perfect to capture the effect of the Welcome to Yorkshire garden’s cobalt blue accent, including a dish in summer blue.
A key feature of any garden is a hanging floral arrangement, with our distressed effect wall brackets from our deluxe hanging basket bracket collection, you can display your elegant flower planters, lanterns or topiary creations with a hint of the post-industrial style that makes the Welcome to Yorkshire garden such a unique feature at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show.