Bentley Brushware partners with National Trust

Houseware supplier Bentley Brushware has partnered with the National Trust to develop a range of garden furniture for 2016.

The Kingston collection has been designed using ethically sourced and sustainably produced eucalyptus wood. This FSC certified wood was selected for its strength, longevity and water-repellent properties.

Kingston Lacy – a country house and estate near Wimborne Minster in Dorset, owned by the National Trust – provides the inspiration for the collection, with its distinctive slats echoing the striped wallpaper of the property’s Tent Room.

Each piece is available with green or cream accents, to complement a garden setting. Purchasing items from the collection also helps to support the conservation work of the National Trust.

The range comprises a two-seater bench, a companion seat featuring two seats and joining table, a rocking chair (an alternative to the traditional garden chair), a bistro set and a reclining sun lounger.

There is also a butler tray (pictured) which provides a side table for drinks and snacks. The tray is removable to make carrying items more convenient and it folds away flat for easy storage.

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