Spending time in our outdoor spaces is beneficial for our health and overall well being as well as using it as a place to relax and hang out with your family. Hygge is a Danish concept which is defined as creating a warm atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life with good people. This is a concept that everyone should embrace and live.

Comfortable and stylish

It is important to invest in beautifying your outdoor space by adding garden furniture to it. At Rathwood, we have many sets that can cater to you and your family needs ranging from 4 seater sets, 6 seater sets, bistro sets and dining sets. All our sets come with cushions and seat pads which provide you with plenty of comfort, padding and warmth.

Keeping warm

A lot of people like to pack up their outdoor furniture because they feel it is too cold for them to enjoy it outside but at Rathwood, we sell outdoor patio heaters which are a great way to warm up your space as well as adding ambiance to it. Blankets and throws can also be included in your outdoor space as they can add a fun element of colour.

Stay sheltered

People commonly believe that parasols are only used in the summertime when the weather is hot but they can also be used to keep out the cold or protect from rain. These parasols should be used when it is not windy and under light rain when you still want to enjoy your garden furniture in cool temperatures.


Lighting can completely transform an outdoor space and bring a warm and cosy feeling to it. Some people like to add LED lights or fairy lights to their outdoor space. You can also purchase parasols with LED lights which we have linked below. By adding lighting you will want to sit in your space for longer and will create a spot to entertain family members and friends as well as a place to relax after a tiring day.

If you love embracing nature and appreciate all the weather elements, this is the sign you needed to keep your outdoor furniture out and make the most of it. With these additions, you can glam up and change your outdoor space into your small winter project.

October 31, 2023 — Chisom Onwukwe

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