Whether you’re looking for more information about thatched gazebos, or just some tips on taking care of your own, you’re in the right place. Here you can keep up to date with what’s new from Spindle House including information about new products and designs, up-to date garden trends and inspiration for all the seasons!
12th February 2019 – Turn Your Thatched Gazebo into a Garden Sanctuary
Turning your garden gazebo into a luxurious and comfortable space is easy with the addition a few special touches. Find out how you can do it here.
16th January 2019 – Transforming Your Garden into a Winter Wonderland
Winter is a magical time of year. Somehow the frost, the cold and even the snow makes everything around you beautiful. A thatched roof gazebo could make a beautiful winter addition to your garden.
18th December 2018 – Thatched Garden Gazebos in the Winter
As the cold creeps in and we say goodbye to the long summer, Spindle House thatched garden gazebos become the ultimate place to cosy up during the winter months. Read more…
11th December 2018 – How to Make the Most of a Small Garden
A small garden doesn’t need to equal a boring garden. There are plenty of ways to make the most out of small spaces and create a garden your neighbours will envy.
29th November 2018 –Winter Readying Your Garden
Winter can be a gloomy time in the garden, but there’s still work to be done to make it suitable for spring! Take a look at our blog for more info.
10th November 2018 –Enhance Your Thatched Gazebo
Kitting out your thatched gazebo with a range of accessories is a sure-fire way to get the most from it all year round. See our latest blog here to learn about our range.
4th October 2018 –Thatched Gazebo Your Year-Round Investment
With winter on the approach, it may seem a strange time to purchase a thatched gazebo, but our craftsmen see their benefits year-round! Take a look here to learn more.
1st October 2018 – Thatched Gazebo Maintenance Checklist
Whether you’re already the happy owner, or a prospective buyer of a thatched gazebo, knowing how to maintain it is vital. Click here to learn how.