Bargain of the week: garden glory days
Make the most of your garden this summer by combining good value with quality from Kingshall Furniture’s new range of smart-looking and versatile outdoor rattan pieces.
Colour-fast, strong and resistant to sun and rain, the rattan is hand-woven over a rust-free frame and designed to live outdoors all year round.
The rattan four-seater cube opens out to seat up to eight but can also pack away to save space. The chairs have a flip-up back and can be folded down over the cushions for easy storage.
The price is normally £1,199 but readers can get the set for only £699. The cube is also available without the footstools for only £549. For more information and to view the full range, call 01296 339925, or visit www.kingshallfurniture.co.uk. This offer ends 31 July 2009.
Touch of glass
The Glass Art Gallery is moving but before it does, it is holding a one-off sale from 18 to 21 June 2009, 11am to 5pm. You will find innovative pieces, from samples through to antiques, at up to 70 per cent off usual price.
Visit London Glassblowing at 7 The Leathermarket, Weston Street, SE1 (020 7403 2800; www.londonglassblowing.co.uk).
From 18 June until 26 July 2009, the Heals summer sale is offering up to 50 per cent off lighting, furniture, throws, mirrors and other homeware. Items include a round Mosaic mirror, originally £300, down to £150. For details of your nearest store, visit www.heals.co.uk.
Pack a picnic in vintage style
For picnics in the park, forget about stuffing gourmet fare into an old carrier bag. This vintage-style hamper for four that originally cost £60, is reduced to only £35. It includes four place settings, ceramic side plates, wine glasses and napkins as well as salt and pepper shakers and a corkscrew. To order, visit www.bhs.co.uk.
Offer of the week: save 20 per cent on custom-made kitchens
Fast becoming one of the UK’s leading contemporary furniture retailers, Go Modern has launched a new kitchen division, featuring luxury kitchens from Italy at affordable prices.
Its Vama collection comes in gloss lacquer, laminate, glass and wood, in hundreds of different colours and with a great selection of worktops, such as quartz, stone and glass.
In fact, Go Modern supplied the red lacquer kitchen used by celebrities on the recent series of Hells Kitchen on ITV1. All kitchens are custom-made and fitted by Go Modern’s team of fitters.
For orders placed before 15 August 2009, Go Modern is offering readers a 20 per cent discount. To claim, call Go Modern on 020 7349 7209 and mention the Evening Standard.
To make an appointment to visit the showroom at 5 Worlds End Studios, 132-134 Lots Road, SW10, please email email@example.com. For more information, visit www.gomodern.co.uk.
Why are barbecues nearly always black? Liven up a sunny afternoon with this pink portable barrel version from Drinkstuff.
At an amazingly affordable cost of only £17.96, it is large enough for entertaining, yet small enough for easy transportation. For more information, visit www.drinkstuff.com.
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