Looking to buy some garden storage? The great British summertime is coming to an end, which means we'll be soon living through months of rain and cold weather. And clearly, we can't wait. First thing's first: the garden storage ideas. Because we all know that with the cold weather comes packing away the garden until next year, and no one wants to have to keep their cushions, BBQ utensils, garden tools and more, inside their house or garage.
If you are after somewhere to store all the cushions you bought to go with the best garden furniture you chose earlier in the year – perhaps you don't have a shed or garage to use or they're already packed with lots of other garden essentials – then look no further. We've been doing a little shopping on Groupon and came across a bargain outdoor garden storage box – with a lid – for only £37.99. Usually, this costs £99.99 so it's definitely a bargain.
This Garden Storage Box with Lid from Groupon costs £1.99 to be delivered and it's very spacious inside. It can hold up to 320 litres while it features handles on each side for easy carrying, and the lid can be locked if need be. It arrives flatpacked for your convenience and is super easy to assemble. Due to its large size – it measures 118cm by 54cm by 51cm – this garden storage could even be used to store tools such as rakes, spades and more, as well as an outdoor rug that you don't want getting grubby over the winter. As with all Groupon deals, there is only a certain number available and this one, in particular, is selling fast because of the time of year. It's both practical and affordable – we love to see it. Check out this deal below.
Garden Storage Box with Lid | Was £99.99, now £37.99 at Groupon
This large storage box is not only practical but stylish, too. With a wooden fence panel effect, it won't stick out in your garden like a store thumb. It comes in black only and is very water-resistant. No matter the size of your garden, you'll benefit from buying one of these. Act fast before they all sell out...
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We've also found the best outdoor furniture covers on the web for you to buy to protect your stuff this winter. Choose the Bosmere bistro set cover if you have a bistro set, the Amazon Basics Round Dining Table Cover if you have a round set and the John Lewis & Partners 6-8 Seater Outdoor Round Furniture Set Cover to protect dining tables.
Annie is our Deputy Ecommerce Editor at Gardeningetc. With her shopping expertise influencing readers across the titles of Real Homes, Ideal Home, Homes & Gardens, Livingetc, and Woman & Home, Annie is always in the know of everything you need to buy for your outdoor space. She's on hand to inform avid gardeners when to buy whatever they are after — and from where. Annie's team cover shopping edits, buying guides, and gift guides on Gardeningetc, from striking outdoor lighting to pretty and practical bird feeders, or even a gift for a friend or family member who loves to garden — they cover it all. When she's at home, Annie is forever brainstorming ways to maximize space out on her delightfully private, yet teeny-tiny, London terrace. With her Pug, Doug, to entertain outdoors and a penchant for sitting outside and catching the sun, this job is proving itself to be never-ending. She's changed her mind many times when it comes to decorating this space, having made her own pallet garden furniture but now, settling for a gorgeous bamboo set from Argos. This year, she's hoping to entice bees and other insects into her garden by filling the sizeable walled planter that stretches from one end of her terrace to the other, with wildflowers and more. Otherwise, next on her to-buy list is a luxury fire pit for keeping warm in the guaranteed British summertime breeze.
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