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Looking for a unique and stylish way to hide any unsightly areas such as bins, compost heaps or any old fences that are in need of a new breath of life? Then look no further than this stunning rattan weave screening. Add some modern style to your garden with this on trend rattan weave, tying in with garden furniture and complimenting the natural beauty of your garden with the dark colours.
Black & Brown
Create shaded areas to relax in your garden with this screening, perfect for the summer months and for protecting areas of your garden from harsh weather conditions in the winter.Add some on trend style to your garden with this robust yet fashionable rattan weave screening, creating a beautiful, unique backdrop to your outdoor space.
Simply wipe clean with a sponge or brush and soapy water to maintain the appearance of this stylish screening.
This rattan screening gives you the flexibility to either attach to fences, walls or structures using cable ties or using a staple gun, click here to take a look at our Staple Gun. Have this stunning screening up in your garden in no time!
"Very satisfied with item,would recommend it."
Reviewed Saturday, 8 September 2018
"Looks good, but came in one long roll, I thought it came in panels which would have been easier to fit, also at the ends where they had cut it there was a bit of fraying which I needed to glue together"
Reviewed Sunday, 26 August 2018
"Far too expensive for the quality of the goods so returned it"
Reviewed Monday, 6 August 2018
"Great product good quality thank you"
Reviewed Wednesday, 30 May 2018
"Very sturdy covered our metal gate perfectly making it nice and private"
Reviewed Monday, 28 May 2018
"Great product, very durable"
Reviewed Tuesday, 15 May 2018
"Really good quality product, the rattan weave screening looks great on my balcony and provides a smart and tidy privacy screen."
Reviewed Sunday, 27 August 2017