With decorative homewares and creativity on the rise, shoppers are now utilising every room, gardens included, so it's no surprise that demand for garden decor in the UK is higher than ever.
Woodlodge is delighted to add to its carefully curated Honey & Wild portfolio with more products than ever available to help decorate outside spaces.
As entertaining in our gardens has now become a necessity, the acquisition of The Garden Foundry and Adobe Wholesale last year has proved timely as the trend of extending interior décor to the great outdoors continues.
Retailers can expect incremental spends with the addition of new, lines designed to refresh exterior living next season.
Honey & Wild’s range of novel and unique decor has expanded to include solar mirrors, solar animal art, metal floral art, tree stakes, spinners and balancers.
When space is at a premium, garden centres can help consumers’ space feel bigger by utilising vertical surfaces, such as Honey & Wild’s latest garden arches, new metal pot stands and the introduction of decorative pot feet which span the core gardening and gifting sections.
Research has revealed that engaging with wildlife can lower stress and lead to better overall mental health, with the UK public seeing and hearing more birds and wildlife during lockdown.
Honey & Wild is delighted to introduce its brand-new insect and butterfly hotels, hedgehog houses and bird feeders that will be beneficial for wildlife and ecological balance in the garden.
See more on Woodlodge’s stand in Hall 6.