The Best (and Most Affordable) Home Garden Accessories

The Best (and Most Affordable) Home Garden Accessories

Summer is here! With the chances of going abroad unlikely, you might have to see out the season in the comfort of your garden. So, how can you take your outdoor space to a new level (without breaking the bank)? Let’s take a look at some of the best and most affordable garden accessories here!

Prices correct at time of posting

1. Gardenline 3-Piece Rope Bistro Set – £149.99

Now that the weather is heating up and we can officially have friends over to bask in the garden, it’s time to up your furniture game. Luckily, Aldi has you covered. The discount supermarket boasts a stylish and comfortable-looking three-piece rope bistro set for under £150. The weaved furniture comes with two garden chairs, a small coffee table, and cushions to make the whole experience a little cosier.

Buy it now: Aldi

2. Bee Shape Solar String Lights – £10

While the days are getting longer, chances are, you might want to have a late one with your pals. B&Q have you covered with some bee shape solar-powered LED outdoor string lights for just a tenner. The three-metre long decorative lights have ten bees and a brushed copper finish. The lights take rechargeable AA batteries and are ideal for keeping the party ‘buzzing’ until the early hours of the morning.

Buy it now: B&Q

3. Decorative Gazebo – £99.99

Sadly, we can’t always rely on the Great British weather. What happens if you have your friends gathered in the garden with a BBQ on the go, and then the skies open up? We’ve all been there. Since dashing inside is out of the question, ensuring that you have some coverage is the answer. That’s where the decorative gazebo from Aldi comes into play. Measuring almost three-square metres, it’s big enough to keep you and a few pals dry.

Buy it now: Aldi

4. Portable Fire Pit – £17.19

Keeping warm in the great outdoors doesn’t have to be hard. Amazon sells a variety of fire pits that you can use safely in your garden space. One of the most affordable is the outdoor portable fire pit from WeChip. The stainless steel piping mesh means that you can create a small fire wherever you please. Of course, you will also need to get some kindling and fire starters to make your own pit at home.

Buy it now: Amazon

5. Intex Rectangular Pool – £99

Last summer, things really heated up just in time for the first national lockdown. If the weather gives a repeat performance for 2021, you’re going to need a way to cool down and chill out. That’s where the Intex Rectangular Pool slides neatly into the picture. The pop-up swimming pool is ideal for people with young children and is sure to keep the whole family busy. Made from puncture resistant 3-ply material and a zinc-plated and powder-coated frame, could upgrade your garden game in an instant.

Buy it now: Amazon

6. Gardenline BBQ Pizza Oven – £39.99

Forget ordering pizza online! Make your own at home with the Gardenline BBQ Pizza Oven from Aldi. The portable gadget is ideal if you’re planning on having some friends over for food and a few drinks in the garden. Coming in at under £40, it’s one of the most affordable pizza oven options online (we’ve checked!) and is sure to be a real crowd-pleaser. Simply pop the oven on top of your existing BBQ, light it up, and get cooking. The ceramic pizza stone is the tastiest way to make those thin-crust pizzas that you know you love.

Buy it now: Aldi

7. Anyoo Outdoor Cotton Hammock – £26.99

Picture the scene: It’s a warm, summer day. You’ve got the day off and have nothing to do but lounge in the garden with your favourite drink of something cold. How could you upgrade this experience? The answer is simple: you’re making like Homer Simpson and lying in a hammock. Luckily, Amazon has you covered with the Anyoo Outdoor Cotton Hammock. Available in a selection of vibrant, striped colours, the hammock is easy to assemble and can also be rolled up and taken wherever you want.

Buy it now: Amazon

8. Children’s Picnic Table – £30

Keeping the kids busy and comfortable when you’re eating outside doesn’t have to be hard! The RESÖ children’s picnic table from IKEA is perfect for your little ones if they are aged three or up. Coming in at just under a metre long, the fun piece of garden furniture is big enough to sit a couple (or few) kids. If you want to add a little something extra to the setup, you can also grab a colourful parasol for this one.

Buy it now: IKEA

9. Charcoal Bucket Barbecue – £11

Hosting a BBQ but don’t want the fuss? The Sommen black charcoal bucket barbecue from B&Q is the way to go. At just over a tenner, the simple barbecue is ideal for smaller gatherings and cooks for up to four people at a time. Plus, the barbecue comes with some metal feet, which means that you won’t end up accidentally scorching your lawn as you cook. Of course, you will need to add your own charcoal to get things started.

Buy it now: B&Q

10. Square Fire Pit BBQ – £84.90

If your budget can stretch to it and you’re looking to make a statement, check out the Bargains-Galore Square Fire Pit BBQ from Amazon. Made of a solid and durable steel structure, the put is easy to assemble and should give you both heat and a place to cook up some tasty burgers. Add that to the fact that it also has a mesh guard to protect you from any runaway embers, and you’ve got a recipe for success. Coming in at 45cm by 45cm, the square-shaped pit is compact but should be a great centrepiece for your next garden party.

Buy it now: Amazon

11. TÄRNÖ Foldable Chair – £10

Wanna add some extra seating to your garden space without it costing the earth? Head to IKEA and pick up a couple of TÄRNÖ foldable garden chairs. Available in wood and a variety of colours—including red, green, white and black—you can choose whichever suits your style. As a bonus, you can also get some cushions to make the chairs more comfortable for those extra guests that turn up at the last moment.

Buy it now: IKEA

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