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Decorative trends in the garden for 2015

Decorative trends in the garden for 2015


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Spring is announced, the beautiful days how to point the tip of their nose, it may be time to think about its outdoor decor, right? To give you a little boost on the trends to adopt for 2015, the editorial team has prepared a small selection of favorites. Let yourself be inspired.

A mobile vegetable patch


Jardiland To walk your aromatic herbs around the garden, this vegetable garden imagined on a wheel is essential. We love its apple green color totally in tune with the times.

Travel to Greece


Maisons du Monde Contemporain while keeping a touch of authenticity, this garden set takes us on a journey… towards Greece!

A square of bright red vegetable patch


Leroy Merlin So that the garden breathes good humor all year round, say goodbye to the vegetable patch left in raw wood and make room for the bath models in cheerful colors. Your aromatic plants will be happy!

The garden furniture for small spaces


GreenPath Ideal for a private lunch, this garden furniture also offers a real saving of space since the armchairs are stored under the table. Balconies and small terraces will adopt it with pleasure.

Purple chairs


Pop Flowers Small balconies are also worth spending summer time. To do this, we advise you to adopt these practical and elegant chairs in a soft purple color.

Contemporary terracotta pots


Botanic Covered with a thin layer of white paint, these terracotta pots designed by Botanic make a splash on your balcony.

A bench by the sea


Delamaison This wooden bench was largely inspired by beach chairs to create these two comfortable backrests. Thanks to its wide armrests, you can easily put a drink, your books ... Can't wait for the weather!

A slate lamp


Aristo To be able to enjoy the garden at nightfall, adopt this oil garden lamp designed in natural slate. On a window sill, placed on the floor or on the table, the result is chic and warm.

A bench that makes you travel


Delamaison We take the plane and put down our suitcases in Bali with this raw teak bench with beautiful curves and swirls.

Clean garden furniture


Fermob All dressed in white, made of scoubidou wire and metal, this Fermob chair and footrest will bring the contemporary touch that your garden lacked.

Bastide inspiration


Maisons du Monde After all, why shouldn't the garden also have the right to its Bastide atmosphere? This table and its chairs, designed for the exterior by Maisons du Monde, could just as easily take place in the dining room.

A sofa to compose


Ikea By combining several seats, you can create a sofa according to your needs and the size of your balcony. Add the seat and back cushions and enjoy your new ally.

Scooby-bidou


Maisons du Monde Seventies atmosphere on the terrace with these chairs designed in scoubidou! Sober and graphic, they accompany all tables with a touch of vintage!

A beach fence


Leroy Merlin Inspired by the beach fences, this barrier will (almost) bring the sea to your door.

Rattan in the garden


Jardiland If it no longer has to prove itself in our interiors, rattan invites itself this summer in the garden in the form of shell armchair, comfortable chair and small side table. Do you like the spirit of the 50s outdoors?

A hammock for relaxation


Ikea There is no question of neglecting your moments of relaxation in fine weather! With a contemporary hammock (which does not require two trunks to secure it), voila!

A soothing fountain


Ubbink If you like the Zen spirit that emerges from Japanese gardens, you will love this fountain which fits as well on a terrace as on a small balcony. Relaxing.

Sun yellow in the garden


Fermob Want your terrace to look like no other this summer? So turn to the sun yellow metal furniture from Fermob. It throws, right?

An exotic balcony


Ikea We melt in front of this soothing and cozy balcony! Between its contemporary openwork furniture, its arbor to enjoy the outdoors in all weathers, its comforting candles and its decorative garland, you can already imagine yourself in June.