Is Kettler Garden Furniture Worth Buying?
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Is Kettler Garden Furniture Worth Buying?

Scrolling online through the endless options for furniture for your patio, decking area or even conservatory can be hard work and time-consuming. In this edit, we’ll help steer you in the right direction so you can find the right piece of Kettler furniture for your outdoor living area. We’ll discuss the pros and cons of the different furniture materials, including wood, rope & metal, and we’ll cover the types of furniture sets available that best suit your outdoor area. So whether you’re looking for a cosy corner sofa, intimate bistro set or grand dining piece we’ll guide you to the best piece of Kettler outdoor furniture you can buy.

Contents

Exploring the Kettler furniture collection
The benefits of Kettler garden furniture
Kettler patio furniture is built to last
Traditional vs modern Kettler garden furniture
Top tips for caring for Kettler furniture

Exploring the Kettler furniture collection

With a piece of Kettler garden furniture you can bring elegance to your outdoor space, here we’ll show you the different collections within the range of Kettler premium garden furniture. Each piece has been designed with relaxation and style in mind with designs that will compliment your patio and complete the space you have.

If you have a certain furniture style in mind then that’s a good start but there are some important considerations, particularly surrounding the style of your garden that you should take time to think about. You should ask yourself what type of style of furniture will best suit your garden, where will the furniture be placed and what size furniture will suit the area you have available? Larger spaces provide more flexibility with the furniture you choose and you could double up with a dining set and lounge set for the ultimate look.

  • Kettler Cora wooden outdoor furniture - With Cora, think high-quality acacia wood furniture! This material is is back on-trend and offers a blend of wood, wicker and rope materials for a classic-contemporary style. Cora outdoor furniture is ideal for all outdoor spaces and conservatories alike, choose from lounge sets, dining furniture and comfy sofas. Cora is known for its rustic yet modern style and has furniture sets with space to fit up to 8 people and you can purchase tables and chairs separately to create your own customised garden furniture set. The Acacia wood used in the Kettler Cora range is FSC approved and sourced from renewable forests only. This wood is UV-resistant and hardwearing to make sure it will keep its luxurious smoke-white finish. Because the wood used in the Cora range is of such a high quality, it can be left outside all year but we recommend you cover it and treat it to keep the perfect finish.
  • Kettler Palma rattan garden furniture - Kettler have recently upgraded their Palma rattan wicker furniture, so look out for the Palma signature range. This premium rattan furniture is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use and comes in either a white wash or oyster colour. The main upgrade to this furniture range is the plush all-weather cushions, they’re much softer to the touch and dry more quickly, you can leave Palma signature sofas outside all summer long without having to bring the cushions inside. Palma options include luxurious lounging and dining furniture in both corner and casual seating designs so there is room for whole family to sit outside. You can choose between a variety of tabletops including a glass and oak-effect slatted tops that are height-adjustable or opt for an in-demand gas fire pit table to provide warmth as well as space to eat. 

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Kettler Palma Furniture
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Kettler Palma Furniture
  • Kettler Elba aluminium outdoor furniture - Elba is made from aluminium and this garden furniture offers a beautiful blend of metal and wood for a modern take on traditional garden furniture. Available in either a grey or white powder-coated finish, the Elba range will stand out in your garden whilst inviting guests to lounge on its comfy sofas and chairs. Elba is extremely strong and durable and can be left outside without the worry of it looking weathered over time. The powder-coated frames are resistant to rust and will not corrode and furniture pieces within the signature range have waterproof cushions. Plus, the cushions are made with a thick foam core that are incredibly comfortable and will dry quickly if there is a gentle shower. Finally, in terms of the choices available you’ll find lounge and dining Elba styles that can feature weathered teak tabletops to add a beautiful contrast of steel and wood to your garden.
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Kettler Elba Furniture
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Kettler Elba Furniture
  • Kettler Charlbury wicker furniture - Whether in the garden or a conservatory the Charlbury range offers an enduring classic style thanks to the synthetic rattan material. It's popularity is due to it's warm yet neutral colour tones, sumptuous deep cushions and strong build quality. New for 2024, the Charlbury ranges features new and improved weather resistant cushions which are vented on the underside so they can remain outside all summer long. Charlbury offers a more traditional style to the Palma collection because the the wicker has a thicker weave but neither furniture range requires too much upkeep because they’re made from an extremely durable material.

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Kettler Charlbury Furniture
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Kettler Charlbury Furniture
  • Kettler Caredo Mesh furniture - The time you spend in your garden is precious, so if you’re looking for outdoor furniture that requires absolutely no maintenance the Kettler Caredo metal mesh furniture is for you! Caredo outdoor furniture will help you dine, relax and enjoy your time outdoors, the steel mesh is covered by a 3 year anti-rust warranty for peace of mind and it offers a smooth surface for you plates, cutlery and glassware. Whether you’re updating a patio, decking area or shaded part of your garden there is a Caredo set for you, from two seater bistro sets to six seater dining sets for larger gatherings, shop the range below.

Kettler patio furniture is built to last

One of the key benefits of Kettler outdoor furniture is its durability and longevity. Kettler only uses high-quality materials and the furniture is designed to withstand the elements and resist wear and tear. 

When buying garden furniture you should beware of cheaper furniture where the build quality isn’t up to standards, watch out for poorly made synthetic rattan furniture that use nails to secure the weave onto the frame. Also, beware of flat-woven furniture that are lighter and cheaper, they’re unlikely to last as long as a round weave that offers great longevity. Each piece of Kettler furniture comes with a no quibble, 3-year warranty which covers any manufacturing faults, tailored cushions, parasols and protective covers including a comprehensive 12-month warranty.

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Kettler Quality Materials
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Kettler Quality Materials

Traditional vs modern Kettler garden furniture

Creating an outdoor space that complements your home can come down to the style of furniture you choose. Traditional garden furniture is the tried-and-tested look that features heavily In UK gardens, the beauty of Kettler rattan and luxury wood furniture is that it looks great indoors too so you can really make the most of your furniture all year round. The timeless appeal of Palma, Cora and Charlbury means it won’t go out of style and if it is well maintained it can create a beautiful backdrop for your outdoor entertaining area.

A contemporary outdoor space often embodies simple and minimalist designs with clean lines and materials like aluminium, mesh and furniture infused with glass table tops. Modern furniture in the Kettler range includes Elba, Menos, Caredo and Boho. If you’re looking to create a modern garden set up, you should consider modern features such as a fire pit table, metal pergola or even a water feature that will add an element of luxe to the space.

Overall, no mater whether you choose a contemporary or traditional piece of garden furniture it can vastly improve the look of your outdoor space and add curb appeal, boosting the value of your home.

Top tips for caring for Kettler furniture

Good quality garden furniture is an investment for your home so you need it to last as long as possible. Kettler prides itself on durable furniture however even the best quality materials will need some care to keep them looking new. Here are some tips and tricks to prolong the life of your furniture no matter the material you choose.

Wooden furniture care: Kettler uses hardwoods such as acacia and teak for the Cora, RHS, Hampton and Bali ranges. Hardwoods are more durable than softwood, they don’t weather as quickly and can be easily maintained by apply a wood treatment. Your wood furniture should be cleaned with a wet cloth or soft-bristled brush and soapy water at least once a year and we recommend cleaning in the autumn before the colder months arrive. You can maintain the natural colour of the wood by applying a wood treatment instead of regular oil which can be 4 times more effective.

Wicker/rattan furniture care: More durable than natural wicker, synthetic wicker is utilised in the Palma and Charlbury collections, it requires much less maintenance and should last longer. When it comes to maintaining your rattan furniture we recommend brushing the wicker first to remove leaves and debris then use warm, soapy water and a soft cloth to wipe the dirt away rinse all soapy water off and leave to dry.

Aluminium furniture care: Aluminium and metal garden furniture is perhaps the easiest material to maintain, it can be left outside all year and requires next to no maintenance. We still recommend covering aluminium furniture when not in use and cleaning it with a damp cloth and warm, soapy water before you you put it away at the end of the season.

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