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orange van at the beach with a picnic set set up

Overview

Enjoy a day at the beach! With a few comfy touches, you can make any spot by the sea the perfect place to spend time.

Steps

1Rugs

Start by laying down a rug at your chosen spot and getting out your chilly bin and beach equipment. A rattan plant stand is a clever way to keep everything tidy and organised.
beach with rugs and torches, set up for a picnic

2Cushions and rattan chair

Place cushions around your rug to create comfortable spaces to sit and relax. A rattan chair is a great option for those not wanting to sit on the ground. (Cushions and blankets will make it cosy and comfortable.)

A ceramic stool is a great option for balancing food and drinks.

beach with rugs and rattan chair

3Drinks trolley

Every beach outing needs a bar cart, stocked with snacks, water and sodas. Bar carts are easy to move around, and they’ll also keep (most of) the sand off any snacks.

Place drinks and glasses on the top shelf, and add any food on the lower levels, along with utensils and secured napkins.

beach with drinks trolley and rug

4Torches

Finish off the space with some citronella bamboo torches to keep mosquitoes away.
beach with rugs and torches

5Relax and enjoy

Now you’re all set to enjoy your day at the beach!
orange van at the beach with a picnic set set up

6Now it's time to plan your ultimate picnic

Check out our range of rattan furniture for your next beach picnic. 

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