Buying supermarket garden furniture during your weekly shop is not only convenient, but it can be cheaper than bigger brands too. We’ve seen bistro sets starting from under £50 in some supermarkets, while other retailers sell similar items for hundreds more.
We asked some high-street supermarkets to share their most popular patio furniture for this summer. Our experts haven’t tested these products, but you can browse our garden furniture buying guide for advice on how to buy the best pieces for your outdoor space.
Keep scrolling to find out what to expect from the outdoor furniture from Aldi, Asda and Tesco, plus what other supermarkets have planned for their 2023 garden collections.
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Aldi garden furniture
Aldi is known for its low-cost weekly baskets, but it’s no stranger to competitively priced garden furniture either.
The supermarket advertises a range of pieces online, including two-person bistro sets, corner sofas, and swinging chairs – though some products will only be available to buy in-store. Most of Aldi’s garden range is rattan or woven, with plenty of wood tones and neutral colours to match any outdoor space.
Prices range from £30 for smaller furniture pieces and up to £400 for the biggest dining sets. However, most of Aldi’s stock is under £100, making it a great option if you’re shopping on a budget.
According to Aldi, some of its most popular patio pieces include the Grey & Cream Rattan Bistro Set (pictured above, £99.99), the Cream Rattan Effect Bench (£29.99), and the Hanging Egg Chair and Cover (£199.99). All of these products come with three years’ warranty as standard.
See all the Aldi garden furniture range.
Asda garden furniture
Asda garden furniture is retailed under George