Posts Tagged ‘Garden Accessories’

Bird feeders for the style conscious

0 Written by Lisa on 13th Jan 2016 in Garden accessories

koziol-pip-bird-feeder-green Red Candy

I’ve started feeding the birds now that it’s finally getting a bit colder.  We get so many more species than we did in Leatherhead including woodpeckers, tree creepers and even a fat pheasant who seems to have successfully avoided the fortnightly shoot so far!

It’s quite mesmerising watching them in their feeding frenzy although they do seem to get through a lot of seed so it can get expensive if you don’t watch it.

We have a couple of rather unglamorous feeders but there are plenty of stylish bird feeders around and I thought I’d share a few of them with you here.

The first four(including the yellow one above) are available from Red Candy. The bird hotel below is quite fun although I wonder how white it would stay.

Umbra bird cafe from Redcandy

I really like these clear feeders which should be easy to keep clean.  They’d look great in a City courtyard garden.

eva-solo-hanging-bird-feeder-3 Red Candy

eva-solo-bird-table-2.5l-01 Red Candy

Not on The High Street also have a good range – they’re a little more quirky but still a bit different that your average seed feeder.

original_porcelain-bird-feeder Not on The Highstreet

original_cast-iron-effect-pine-cone-bird-feeder Not on the High Street

And I love this square box feeder which is made by Kedron Natural Products. This would look great mounted on a wall or fence too.

URBBF_Diamond_Nuthatch_(2) kedron natural products

And lastly, these stylish feeders are available from Hen & Hammock …

peanut-feeder- Hen & Hammock

All these ball feeders are available in a range of colours too.

Fat ball feeder by Hen and Hammock

seed-feeder-ideal-for-gardeners-and-wildlife-lovers Hen & Hammock

If you’re interested to learn more, click on the links above within the text and it will take you to the relevant website.


(Images: Not on the High Street, Red Candy, Hen & Hammock, Kedron Natural Products)



Make your garden festive with lighting ideas from Cox & Cox

0 Written by Lisa on 30th Nov 2015 in Garden accessories, Inspiration

outdoor light up tree tower by Cox & Cox

I’ve written about Cox & Cox before as I love their products and garden accessories. This Christmas they have some gorgeous lighting products for the garden to make it really festive. Read more

10 garden accessory ideas from Black Country Metal Work

0 Written by Lisa on 6th Nov 2015 in Garden accessories, Inspiration

Wrought Iron Kadai Fire Bowl Black Country Metal Works

I have recently been in touch with Black Country Metal Works.  They’re a family run company based in Shropshire and home to the country’s largest outdoor display of decorative metal work, as well as the county’s only interactive forge offering visitors the opportunity to learn more about the craft of metalworking. Read more

Gorgeous garden accessories by Mia Fleur

0 Written by Lisa on 24th Aug 2015 in Garden accessories, Inspiration

White stone pots by Mia Fleur

I’ve recently come across Mia Fleur, a family run online boutique selling gorgeous garden and interior products which are partly designed and handmade by them in the UK and partly sourced from British designer makers combined with a selection of home accessories and gifts which have been sourced from the UK and abroad. Read more

Stylish & affordable garden accessories by La Hacienda

0 Written by Lisa on 28th May 2015 in Garden accessories, Inspiration

Contemporary chiminea by La Hacienda Lisa Cox

I’ve recently been introduced to La Hacienda who specialise in stylish and affordable garden accessories. Not all of us have pots of money to spend on our gardens but that doesn’t mean we have to compromise of style. Read more

My outdoor living article for M&S Bank

0 Written by Lisa on 27th Mar 2014 in Design Tips, Inspiration

Designing your garden for outdoor living article M&S Bank Lisa Cox Designs

I’m excited to show you the finished article I’ve written for M&S Bank which went live on their website this week. Read more

My life as a Garden Designer – January highlights…

2 Written by Lisa on 14th Feb 2012 in From the drawing board, Inspiration

So what is it that we garden designers do all day?  There are many schools of thought about what we do and often they include something about being outside a lot.  The reality of my life as a garden designer is that I am only “outside” when I am either on site making a planned visit during the construction phase of the project or when I am planting up a garden after the hard landscaping has been finished. Read more

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I specialise in helping families to turn their gardens into an extension of their home and into a space that can be used and enjoyed all year round.

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