We've been fans of Ikea garden furniture for a while now. Such big fans in fact that occasionally pieces do find their way into our homes and become permanent fixtures indoors (plenty of examples coming up).
So while you might be thinking about calling it a day on the BBQ parties and putting the garden furniture back in the shed pretty soon (thanks, weather), this Ikea garden furniture is actually going to stay with you long after the temperature gets cooler and the nights get shorter... And, there's a double bonus: if you have a small home or tiny budget, these buys can be moved seamlessly between indoors and out so you don't have to double up.
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Is it a living room, is it a garden? Who knows, but all these pieces above could definitely be used in both! Especially the Mastholmen rattan chair that we have been seeing all over Instagram recently – drag it inside, throw a blanket over it and there you go. The Kungsholem chairs, while not quite as indoor-friendly, also make for lovely garden furniture and will definitely last until next summer if you buy now. But be quick – they are on last chance to buy!
Twenty two pounds. We'll say it again: £22! That's all the Vago chair (above) costs! This is for sure one of those indoor/outdoor pieces: great on a balcony, great in the corner of the kitchen. The design is just a classic.
If you are after a completely new garden furniture set up, then you can't go wrong with the Solleron range (above). There are chairs, tables, sofas, footstools, the lot – and you can make it your own with throw cushions and blankets.
All the Mediterranean vibes from this lovely set up, above. The Tarno table and chair set is perfect if you are working with a small garden or a balcony, plus it all folds down to next to nothing so you can easily store it inside during the winter months. Plus, it's just £35 for the set, so perfect if you are on a budget!
Same goes for the Lacko set (above), which is ideal for small spaces. Love the traditional, romantic feel of the design, we reckon it could transform a dreary patio into some Parisian style balcony – pots of lavender dotted around, French press and croissants on the table – yer, okay it might take a bit of imagination but still, nice idea.
This Tranaro table (above) is pretty cool, too. It's really versatile because you can either have just one, or pop two together so it can morph into side table, coffee table, bedside table. It can even be used as a stool! Not a fan of the red, but love the design? Check out our guide to painting metal garden furniture!