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As we continue to spend more and more of our leisure time in the garden, striking the right balance between looks and practicality when it comes to garden furniture has never been so important. Your choice of outside furniture can make or break a space. And one recent trend that shows no sign of slowing down is the popularity of outdoor hanging egg chairs.
I have recently been carrying out some work to create a garden seating area using 20mm blue slate chippings. During the planning stages of this work I had to consider how slate chippings would perform as a solution, and how I could best to prevent weeds growing through. Here is what I have learned about slate chippings and weeds.
Creating an outside seating area is like adding an extra room to your home. Done well, it can massively enhance the visual appeal and practicality of your garden space. A seating area can open up a whole new world of possibilities – from al fresco dining and entertaining groups of friends through to simply providing somewhere quiet to relax and and enjoy your garden in peace. But there is a sting in the tail: it all comes at a cost.