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Outdoor inspiration from Skagerak

Looking forward to spring | Outdoor inspiration from Skagerak

*this outdoor inspiration pot is NOT sponsored. Though I have worked with Skagerak in the past by styling products in my home. I recommend them 100% , they champion sustainability, quality, design and manufacturing. Nice people too.

It’s official, spring is here. Though still a little cold in Denmark but it is getting lighter! AND the seagulls are piping up, that’s when I know the seasons are changing.

I’m welcoming more days outside and now I’m searching for some much needed garden tips and inspo. It’s probably the most exciting time of year for me. I just love spring! Now let’s get some outdoor inspiration!

You know Skagerak are my first point of call when it comes to most things. And this year they’ve done it again. Outdoor inspiration has hit me hard. From trips to the beach to relaxing in the garden, Skagerak sure know how to get my heart going.

Looking forward to spring | Outdoor inspiration from Skagerak
Lise Sunchair designed by Isbrand Design

I’m loving the idea of spending more days at the beach. Bringing folding chairs and beach tennis kits is a sure way to live that relaxed Danish lifestyle we so often hear about. I actually think they’d be great in parks too.

Looking forward to spring | Outdoor inspiration from Skagerak
Beach Tennis designed by Aurélien Barbry
Looking forward to spring | Outdoor inspiration from Skagerak
Overlap table designed by TAF

Speaking from experience this Mira chair (pictured with the overlap table) is incredibly comfortable. It’s stackable too, easy to store.

Looking forward to spring | Outdoor inspiration from Skagerak
Spira Geeen house designed by Mia Lagerman
Looking forward to spring | Outdoor inspiration from Skagerak
Spira Growth Table designed by Mia Lagerman

Pottering in the garden for me is a joy of life and so relaxing.Though I haven’t quite got the green thumb I wish for.
Mini greenhouses and pots are essential, especially when you live in a rented home or if you want to move things around. Garden pots are probably the only thing I think you can’t have enough of. Excitingly the new Edge pot come in grey and now suitable for outdoors.

Looking forward to spring | Outdoor inspiration from Skagerak
Outdoor Edge pot grey designed by Stilleben
Looking forward to spring | Outdoor inspiration from Skagerak
Overlap Bench designed by TAF
Looking forward to spring | Outdoor inspiration from Skagerak
Fuori Serving Trolley designed by Monique Consentino
Looking forward to spring | Outdoor inspiration from Skagerak
Tradition corner lounge module designed by Povl B. Eskildsen

Lounging outside on a warm day, in the shade is the dream. Skagerak sure do show the most stylish ways to do it. Either a comfy corner with the Traditional range, the new Mira lounge chair or sleek Riviera collection. All I know is I need to up my game.

Looking forward to spring | Outdoor inspiration from Skagerak
Mira lounge chair designed by Mia Lagerman
Looking forward to spring | Outdoor inspiration from Skagerak
Riviera Lounge with new cushion designed my Povl B. Eskildsen

Lastly adding lanterns to the garden will give that hyggelig feeling. It’s cosy and lighting can be so hard to do outside. These will add more atmosphere and cosiness.

Looking forward to spring | Outdoor inspiration from Skagerak
Bell Lantern designed by Martin Solem

I’m filled with outdoor inspiration and hopefully with make my glorified driveway of a garden a little more like these Danish dreamy outdoor spaces..

H x

*images courtesy of Skagerak

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