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With longer days and brighter weather, now is the perfect time to inject a little colour into your outdoors. Although vivd colour is a step away from more traditional and classic garden furniture and accessories, it doesn’t mean you have to turn your backyard into a neon headache…use splashes of block colours that are bold and fun, not fluorescent. Bistro-style furniture sets are the perfect match for this trend; metal and rattan are the ideal materials for such bright shades, plus the pieces are on the smaller side so they won’t overwhelm your garden or patio. And as this is all about creating a playful atmosphere, throw in some kitschy details…a standing flamingo or cactus chair will do nicely.

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