As the weather warms up, more and more people will be spending time outside, but after months of wind and rain, your patio furniture might need a little sprucing up. One savvy shopper found a bargain buy from Shein to give her old rattan garden chairs a new lease of life. Instead of buying a whole new set, she opted for new cushion covers. She managed to bag a set of tropical print seat covers from Shein, which were super cheap too. The cover for the two-seater chair was £4.50, and the single chairs were £3 each – meaning she was able to deck out her entire garden set for under £11.
Posting in the Facebook group Mrs Hinch Made Me Do It, she showed off her bargain find. “Delighted with my seat cover from Shein… cheap and cheerful,” she wrote in the post alongside the pictures of the swanky seat covers. The covers are available in loads of different patterns and colours, including bright florals, muted greys, and chic geometric designs, so there’s something for everyone’s taste. And because they’re so stretchy, they fit most garden furniture too.
It turns out other Facebook users hopped on the trend too and were equally obsessed with the look. “Snap. I got them last summer and they brightened things up tons,” one commented on the post. A second wrote: “I ordered these. I love them!” And another said: “This is a brilliant idea. I pressure washed mine down yesterday, but they just look tired this will be perfect.” “That’s beautiful,” another raved.
The seat covers from Shein are a great way to give your garden furniture a new lease of life without breaking the bank. They’re easy to fit and come in a range of patterns and colours to suit all tastes. However, it’s worth noting that they’re not waterproof, so it’s best to bring them inside when it rains if you want them to look posh all summer long.
Overall, this is a fantastic way to spruce up your garden furniture without spending a fortune. With so many different patterns and colours to choose from, you’re sure to find something that suits your style. So, why not give it a go and see how you can transform your garden this summer?