Garden dining tables, perfect for those times you want to have dinner in the garden with friends and family. Or coffee and cake. Or perhaps just a nice level surface for repotting without having to kneel down. Whatever you'd like to use your table for, we've got a range of styles to suit your needs from classic wood to super modern metal. For a wealth of inspiration and expertise, have a look at our Garden Furniture Ideas & Advice hub.
When choosing the perfect dining set for your outdoor space it’s important to consider the space available and how many people will be using your dining set at a time. For those with big families, or who love having dinner parties our range of 8+ Seater Dining Sets could be the perfect option to make sure everyone has a seat at a table.
For those with limited space available we have a range of 2 Seater Bistro Sets that is perfect for two for tea on a sunny afternoon. We also sell everything in between to make sure all your needs are catered for.
What dining set material should I choose?
It’s important to consider which material of dining set is going to best suit your needs before buying. We stock a range of different materials to suit each individual’s unique style so you're sure to find a dining set that matches your taste.
If you will be manoeuvring the dining set often it might be worth considering how heavy the set is and how easy it will be to lift it out of place. A plastic garden furniture set could be a great lightweight option should you want to move the set often.
To make your garden dining set more comfortable, you may wish to add some cushions for your comfort. These come in a range of different materials to suit your needs and you may wish to find them in a pattern or design that suits the style of the rest of your garden. Add a throw for late-evening warmth, and an outdoor rug or carpet for style that goes all the way to the floor.
If you're lucky enough to have furniture with cushions, often they'll have zips so you can wash the cover in your washing machine at a low temperature then left to dry on a line or airer (don't risk a tumble-dry).