With the help of a few select pieces, your own backyard can be the best place to chill.
Two Trees double hammock kit, $99. Whether you're stuck at home this weekend or simply choosing to hangout in the backyard, do so in a relaxing hammock. Available at Bunnings.
Bonville hat, $110. An outdoors essential, this is part of a range of UPF50+ headwear designed by Australian personality and skin cancer survivor Deborah Hutton. canopybay.com.au
Bamboo birdhouse, $29.95. Connect with nature and provide the birds in your neighbourhood a sanctuary with this simple birdhouse. spoilt.com.au
Preserved boxwood wreath, $124.95. Treat your backyard to a hint of festive fun by hanging a wreath on the shed door. You can then decorate it to suit the occasion, be it Halloween, Christmas, etc. This one is made from real foliage, preserved and assembled by hand. thedoorsofberry.com.au
Teak rounded sofa, from $7100. The ultimate backyard luxury. Designed with farmhouse style in mind, this stunning teak sofa has a frame sanded into shape by hand. Just add a few outdoor cushions and a great book. osierbelle.com.au
Evans peg game, $79.95. Outdoor games are a fun way of bringing the kids or entire family together. This is a longtime favourite and doesn't have any bits that could break. countryroad.com.au
Grey flower pot, $29. One of the things that can make a backyard even more beautiful during spring are decorative pots. Pepper your place with them, there's no such thing as too many. Available at The Reject Shop.
Kids garden bag, $39.99. The perfect size for smaller hands that love to get a little grubby in the garden. yellowoctopus.com.au
Dinosaur gumboots, $34.95. No mini green thumb can seriously run amok in the garden without a pair of cool gumboots. clarks.com.au
Instahut outdoor umbrella. $89.99. Struggling for shady spots in your garden? Oversized umbrellas make a handy addition to shade your deck or patio. amazon.com.au
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