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  1. Functional – don’t overestimate how often you are going to use your outdoor furniture. Perhaps start with a few basic pieces like a sofa or sunbed.
  2. Different – try and be creative with your outdoor furniture, like putting a daybed in the corner of the garden for some peace and quiet.
  3. Colours – use fresh colours for cushions and accessories that match the surrounding features, like blue if you’re near water, or orange for the sunset.
  4. Material – in this region your furniture is going to be exposed to more sun than rain, so check the material will be resistant to this.
  5. Care – if you’re not using the furniture then put what you can in storage or out of the sun, this will increase the longevity of the pieces.

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