Harriet, Sail Shades, TV

Primrose Shade Sails Make an Appearance on Love Your Garden

Beautiful seating area with Primrose sail shade

Another week and another fantastic episode of ITV’s Love Your Garden to hit our screens. Last night we adored watching the inspiring Sabina Iqbal and her husband Asif get treated to a gorgeous garden makeover, featuring a pair of our very own shade sails! The couple were hugely deserving of the garden treatment, both active in doing outstanding charity work in the deaf community, as well as raising three small children.

The Iqbals’ huge garden was spacious but the couple lacked the time to make it into the relaxing space they deserved, so Alan Titchmarsh and his team totally transformed the area into a Bollywood-inspired paradise!

Features of the garden included a striking water feature centrepiece, plenty of space for the children to play in, and even an outdoor kitchen (we’re really jealous – that looked amazing!). The Indian theme meant bright jewel tones were the order of the day, and our vibrant orange Kookaburra shade sails looked fantastic above the comfortable seating area on the expansive deck.

“The perfect place for the family to throw the huge parties they love, or just kick back and relax in the shade”

Alan described the deck as “the perfect place for the family to throw the huge parties they love, or just kick back and relax in the shade”, and we couldn’t agree more.

We’re really glad that the family loved their well deserved garden makeover, and can’t wait to see the transformations in the rest of the series.

Find more information on our shade sails and how to get your own here.

The LYG team celebrate their hard work on the deck
The LYG team celebrate their hard work on the deck

Harriet works in the Primrose marketing team, mainly on online marketing.

She’s a big fan of reading, TV quiz shows, and is a highly experienced user of gardens (especially when it involves lounging outside on a sunny afternoon).

As a trivia lover whose favourite book when growing up was an illustrated factopedia (true story), she likes to write for the blog about interesting things she has found out whilst wandering the internet.

See all of Harriet’s posts.

2 Comments

  1. I love that shade sails can be made with so many different colors to make them exciting and fun. I would agree that draping a shade sail can make a space seem more comfortable. That is awesome that shade sail kindergartens are an effective way to create shade in a space.

    Reply

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Share!