Sadly, parades are cancelled and the pubs won’t be open in time to paint the town green for St Patrick’s Day this year but don’t let that stop you celebrating the patron saint of the Emerald Isle and enjoying a bit of green living at home in more ways than one.
So, you’re dressed head to toe in the shade of the shamrock, you’ve a drink in hand and have whipped up a Dublin coddle and some soda bread to line your stomach but, how can you take your St Paddy’s Day festivities to the next level?
It just so happens that the colour green is predicted to be a firm favourite across indoor and outdoor décor schemes again this year, so for a quick and easy update for your garden furniture in time for the big day, look no further than the DuraOcean® and Nassau ranges from LifestyleGarden®. Whether it’s classic green, mint or sage you want, LifestyleGarden® has the ideal hue to set off that perfect pint of Guinness, as you raise a toast to Irish culture this month.
Now your garden looks the part and you can celebrate St Paddy’s day in style, but did you also know that the LifestyleGarden® DuraOcean® range can help you go green in another way? The bright and beautifully-crafted collection is actually made from ropes and plastic waste.
Each chair has been created using as much as 3.5kgs of recycled ocean plastic waste, which would otherwise continue to litter the shoreline and potentially kill more than 100,000 marine creatures every year. To date, the DuraOcean® range has helped to remove in excess of 150,000kg of plastic waste from the world’s oceans.
LifestyleGarden®’s plastic innovation, Duresin® also means that the stunning Nassau collection is produced without harmful chemicals and the full product is also suitable for recycling at the end of its lifespan, meaning zero-waste or harm to the environment! Prices start from £59.99 for a single chair, or £199.99 for a bistro set.
It’s great to be green this St Patrick’s Day.
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