Argos launches space-saving foldable garden bar

Argos launches space-saving foldable garden bar for £220, and it’s ideal for keeping the drinks coming in a little garden or porch, or even on a sensibly estimated balcony or patio furniture.

Hoping to engage an individual from your family or flatshare this mid-year? With a wooden tabletop (extraordinary for setting glasses on), two tall stools, and an edge that keenly folds away after use, it’s both useful just as stylish.

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Finding open-air garden furniture for compact spaces can frequently be a test (particularly if yours is little and limited), however, this smoothed out plan from Argos has a size of 73cm x 32cm x 32cm and intends to fit the littlest of spaces.

The group at Argos clarifies: ‘Fancy a couple of beverages outside? No compelling reason to take off to the bar, rather whip out the helpful Argos Home space-saving bar and appreciate a few drinks in your special patio! Produced using FSC wood, the set incorporates the bar and two tall stools for perching.

‘The best thing about this bar set is that it folds up, so it very well may be handily put away when you’re accomplished for the afternoon. The bar makes engaging outside a breeze, as it saves each one of those trips to the kitchen!’

Argos has revealed a stunning 1,286 percent expansion in online searches for ‘outside bars’ contrasted with a similar time a year ago, because of more families investing energy at home during the lockdown.

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‘As a brew, wine, and spirits take off the racks at Sainsbury’s we’ve seen an associating flood sought after for open-air bars as clients missing their local people hope to imitate the bar garden feel comfortable,’ says Dipesh Radia, the senior outside purchaser at Argos Home.

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‘With little gatherings now ready to associate outside, companions are finding better approaches to flaunt their ‘isolate’ manifestations, supplanting the commonly mixed drink streetcar with completely fledged patio bars.’