What to Do with Your Rattan Garden Furniture in Bad Weather?

What to Do with Your Rattan Garden Furniture in Bad Weather?

Unfortunately, the weather hasn’t quite delivered so far this year and those of us eager to use our gardens and enjoy our garden furniture are patiently waiting. However, there are plenty of things you can do with your rattan garden furniture whilst the weather is bad.

Rattan Garden Furniture

Thanks to the weatherproof nature of rattan garden furniture, leaving your furniture outdoors, even in the bad weather, is perfectly fine. Synthetic rattan and powder coated frames, used to make top quality rattan garden furniture is rustproof and can be left outside all year round, in rain and snow as well as the good weather of course.

However, that does not resolve the fact of not being able to enjoy the furniture whilst you wait for the good weather to arrive. So, here are our 3 suggestions of what you can do with your rattan garden furniture whilst you wait for the sun.

1. Conservatory Furniture

Rattan Garden Furniture

If you have a conservatory then you can bring your rattan furniture indoors. A rattan sofa set, or bistro set is ideal for being used in a conservatory. The lightweight furniture is easy to move in and out and therefore is the perfect solution for being able to use smaller furniture items until the sun comes out.

2. Create a Summerhouse

If you already have a summerhouse then add your furniture to it and create a comfortable place to sit. Or, if you have a shed that you are not making the most of you can turn it into a summerhouse and create a wonderful indoor place to sit, even when it’s raining. A summerhouse can be a perfect place to create, design, or simply read a good book. So, if you have dead space that is not being used, this can not only be a great solution for your garden furniture but also create an extra enjoyable space for all year round.

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3. Clean & Prepare for Summer

If you don’t have space to bring your furniture indoors or to create another indoor space in your garden, then the best thing to do with your furniture in this in-between stage is to clean and prepare it for summer.

Rattan garden furniture needs minimal maintenance and cleaning so a quick jet wash or hose down will clean the furniture quickly. Or, if you want to be more thorough, a scrub with a soft bristle brush and soapy water will get between the rattan strands. Leave to dry and once dry we recommend covering the furniture with a weatherproof cover. This will protect the furniture from any leaves, bird droppings or sap from trees and allow you to use the furniture as soon as the weather improves.

If your garden is ready for summer and you’re looking for garden furniture, then we recommend a visit to one of our showrooms where you can view and test the furniture for yourself as well as seek advice and information from our team of sales advisors.