Tiger Sheds 5 best buys – Making your garden shed festive

This month the ‘Tiger Sheds 5 best buys’ is looking at festive items that will transform your garden building.

Find out what 5 items we picked and how easily you can give your garden shed and log cabin a festive touch.

Pine Cone Wreath from Bloom

Image Credits: bloom.uk.com
Image Credits: Bloom.co.uk

Put a nice twist on traditional decor with this stunning Pine Cone Wreath.

Place it at the front of your garden building to immediately bring some festive cheer to your shed.

Decorated Christmas Bay Tree from notonthehighstreet.com

Image Credits: notonthehighstreet.co.uk
Image Credits: notonthehighstreet.co.uk

This cute tabletop Decorated Christmas Bay Tree is ideal for smaller garden sheds and log cabins.

It’s delivered already decorated with handmade and natural decorations.

Tidings Red Throw from Crate&Barrel

Image Credits: Crate&Barrel
Image Credits: Crate&Barrel

Give your shed or cabin a cosy touch and cover your seating with a festive blanket like the Tidings Red Throw. 

Carnival Light Heart from findmeagift.co.uk

Image Credits: Findmeagift.com
Image Credits: Findmeagift.com

Stand out from the crowd and add a romantic festive feel with this Carnival Light Heart. 

A great advantage is that it can be used all year round.

Frosted White Gold Star Tealight Holder from Rockett St George

Image Credits: Rockett St George
Image Credits: Rockett St George

The festive Frosted White Gold Tealight Holder creates a warm and christmassy ambiance to your garden shed and log cabin space.

Easy and cheap ways to make your shed and cabin festive:

  • Shower your shed with Christmas cards
  • Fill any shelves with old toys
  • Fill chairs and seating with teddies
  • Make your own ‘Santa’s Grotto’ sign 

Share your festive garden shed or log cabin with us.

Either over Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or email sales@tigerbox.co.uk

Time to get festive!

 

 

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