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bright planters for patio garden

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TremoloGreen Mon 08-Apr-13 14:11:49

I've got a back yard which looks a bit bare and industrial at the moment and was hoping to get some bight/cheery planters to make it look more welcoming. I have big french windows looking out on to it, so something quite modern be congruous with the indoors.

I really like these, but they're very expensive... has anyone seen anything similar that might not be so spenny? I'm looking for long troughs as well as round planters.

http://www.poshpatio.co.uk/prod6.asp?prod_id=759&id=282&sub_cat=679&grpid=759&msg=&offset=

TremoloGreen Mon 08-Apr-13 14:14:32

www.poshpatio.co.uk/prod6.asp?prod_id=759&id=282&sub_cat=679&grpid=759&msg=&offset=

cantspel Mon 08-Apr-13 15:26:12

Could you not get something like these

www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Set-4-of-Zinc-Planters-zpa6-076-50-OFF-/110956504102?pt=UK_Home_Garden_Garden_Plants_Pots_Window_Boxes_CV&hash=item19d585e426

and spray them yourself

SilverSixpence Mon 08-Apr-13 18:22:08

They have bright pots on the Butlers website. I love the furniture too, have my eye on the Century set in red

SilverSixpence Mon 08-Apr-13 19:27:59

have done a bit of hunting, for my benefit too!

bright pink
lime green set of 3 quite small though
unusual and cheap
fab post with loads of links to bright products

SilverSixpence Mon 08-Apr-13 19:56:18

this looks good, from Habitat orange

TremoloGreen Tue 09-Apr-13 10:04:35

wow - thanks so much guys, lots of fab ideas here. Silver, I love that garden beet website, thanks!

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