Single Cocoon Seat from Bramblecrest at Hayes Garden World

And this is where you’ll find me…

Slowly but surely, our garden is finally taking shape. I mean I’m clearly not one to rush as I have been banging on about our garden makeover for a couple of years now! But I think this summer is going to be the summer that we truly get to enjoy the space.

The garden has always been a space for the children, with swings, slides and a trampoline to keep them busy. They’ve even got their own teepee at the back but we had nothing for us grown-ups!

I did treat myself to a nice patio set last year but there was something missing – a place to chill out while the kids play.

You have probably seen my new space over on Instagram Stories – so many people asked me about it! Isn’t it amazing? It is a Frampton Single Cocoon seat from Bramblecrest – such a cool looking piece!

Honestly, I don’t think I have ever loved a piece of furniture so much! (You know you’re a grown-up when you love furniture, don’t you?).

It is such a cosy space and actually, I rarely sit as poised as this – most of the time I am curled up inside reading a book.

It comes with these cushions and they are really comfy. The seat itself is made from an all-weather weave so I won’t have to worry about it during the winter months – just as well as there is absolutely no space left in my shed!

Apparently, we are due to have the hottest summer in 12 years – I will be enjoying every second out in the garden and this is exactly where you’ll find me!

If you have space, there is also a double seat option! Love it! Everything can be found on the Hayes Garden World website.

We were gifted this seat in return for a feature on my blog. 


  • Reply
    June 14, 2018 at 12:44 am

    I love these cocoon seats. This year I need to sand [again] down our old picnic table and chairs, paint them [last time j wanted it the rammed for 2 weeks]. And get a comfy seat or something, plus some tubs. It’s still like a paddock.

    • Reply
      June 22, 2018 at 8:00 pm

      I need some tubs too – or I quite fancy those wooden planters, I think they would look nice. Problem is I forget to water everything!! x

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