Lolling in a deckchair on a summer’s day is one of life’s simple pleasures.
One of my birthday presents this year was a pair of deckchairs. I’d been dropping hints for a while and James was clever enough to pick up on them!
They’re made by Southsea Deckchairs, a company who pride themselves on producing traditional deckchairs. And – even better – they’re made in England. Sturdy and substantial, and with a dizzying array of wonderful striped fabrics to choose from.
They have already transformed the way we use our garden. Casual, informal and ever-so comfortable. Perfect for relaxing in with a cup of tea after the school run. Or with a glass of Pimm’s on a warm evening. I’ve also resurrected my old butler’s tray which works perfectly with them. It’s an old Ikea purchase from at least 12 years ago. I painted it pale green many years ago, and it’s really coming into its own again.
The only problem is that the boys really like them too. Every time we go outside there’s a rather undignified round of musical chairs! I think we’ll need to order two more…
The Southsea Deckchair, with natural cotton fabric: £89.95
This is not a sponsored post. James bought these for me and I genuinely love them and want to recommend them to you.