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Bistro Sets

With TJ Hughes, you can introduce a little bit of luxury to your life without a hefty price tag with garden bistro sets. A classic outdoor bistro table set will elevate any outdoor area, with different styles available to suit all tastes. Upgrade your garden furniture with a patio bistro set for your garden, and brunch, lunch and dine outdoors in style. Shop your range of garden bistro sets today and find a bargain while stock lasts.

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  • Milano Rattan 3 PC Bistro Set - Black
    £69.99 RRP: £100.00 | Save: £30.01
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Garden bistro sets consist of a table and two chairs, ideal for creating an intimate outdoor breakfast nook or even a place to escape to and put your feet up. A garden bistro set is visually stunning without dominating smaller outdoor areas, striking a seamless balance between purpose and style.

A small garden bistro set can take any outdoor space to the next level. Bistro sets are compact enough to fit in most gardens while still being functional, and are perfect for jazzing up bare patios. City dwellers with limited outdoor space will find that bistro sets are great for dressing up a balcony, giving you a seat with a view while you read your morning paper.

Bistro sets for your garden are bang-on-trend for this summer, and there’s no better example of that than the elegant Rose Gold Mosaic three-piece set. The mirror-like finish and dark steel combine to make an upscale furniture set that is as beautiful as it is practical. If you’re looking for something more low-key, then a rattan effect garden bistro set could be ideal for you. Rattan is comfortable, sturdy and supple, offering good support while you relax in the sun. For a low price, you get something durable and waterproof that can last you years.

Why not a look at some of our other garden accessories for something to complement your new outdoor dining area, like pots and planters, solar lights, or fire pits?