Love Island 2020 | How to Style your Garden Like The Love Island Villa

By adding a few statement pieces and accessories, getting the Love Island Villa look in your very own back garden couldn’t be easier.

With our simple guide to transforming your garden, you’ll soon be shouting “I’ve got a text!” and sipping from your personalised water bottle in no time…

String Lights

Garden Trading Festoon Lights

The quickest and easiest way to add the villa’s evening ambience to any garden is string lights!

Hang them from tree to tree, from your gazebo or around your fencing and you will instantly create a romantic atmosphere.

Day Beds

Maze Rattan Winchester Daybed With Side Tables

Whether they’re relaxing in the sun or pulling someone for a chat, the day beds in the villa are one of the islander’s favourite pieces of furniture from day through to night.

Day beds with a retractable canopy and matching side tables will encourage you to spend more time relaxing in your garden.

Concrete Fire Pit

La Hacienda Orlando Gas Fire Pit

The most iconic item in the Love Island Villa is the firepit and where all the drama and recoupling happens.

Gather round the fire pit and stay warm on a summers evening with friends with a gas powered, concrete fire pit just like in the villa. Maybe leave the recoupling to the Islanders though…

Corner Sofa

Norfolk Leisure Ibiza White Lounge Set

Make room for all your guests with a large, contemporary outdoor sofa.

With a large corner sofa, there’s no need to drag chairs around to fit everyone in. A modern, white frame complimented with neutral grey cushions will instantly bring a Mediterranean villa vibe to your garden.

String Chairs

Royalcraft Monaco Egg Chair Set

Perfect for patios and decking, garden string chairs are a great way to bring the Love Island vibe to your outdoor space.

By mixing and matching the colours, you will instantly brighten up any neutral garden.

Sun Loungers

Maze Lounge Allure Sunlounger

What villa would be complete without some sunbeds to relax on?

Add a sun lounger to your garden for those boiling hot summer days, and enjoy sunbathing and relaxing with a magazine and a nice, cold drink. It’ll be like a holiday in your very own garden.

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