Hartman are rightly proud of the sheer range of their Garden Furniture with it's ability to complement any outdoor space from the simplest balcony to the grandest country home, and with a diverse, wide ranging mix of dining tables, fire pits, chairs, loungers, modular sets and accessories, in a variety of weave, wood, steel or cast aluminium, there really is something for everybody whose desire is for quality garden furniture to suit their own unique requirements.
Anyone familiar with quality Garden Furniture will know that Hartman provide an eclectic mix of Garden Furniture options with every one item living up to Hartman's key mantra of reliability, comfort, quality and design, the watch words for any of their products, a key element in the thought processes in their gestation from the first moment that the pen touches paper in the design studio.
Taking the lead from the four aspects of the reliability, comfort, quality and design ethos the Hartman range of Garden Furniture uses four key materials in the construction of the ranges, Hardwood, Cast Aluminium, Weave and Steel, each used for it's functionality as well as it's distinctive character.
So whether the choice is made from one of Hartman's core ranges, or from one of their collaborations with the likes of Jamie Oliver, David Domoney or Kew Gardens, all you need to think about is relaxing in your Outdoor Living area no matter how humble or grand.
Cast Aluminium - Strong, durable, yet light and easy to move around, Hartman's best selling cast aluminium ranges are well known for their classic styling. It is extremely low maintenance, can be left outside all year round whatever the weather and will not rust.
Weave - traditional hand weaving techniques, using modern materials, are used to fabricate supremely comfortable, durable and easy to care for garden furniture with a natural look and feel with great visual appeal.
Hardwood - The tactile, natural appeal of wood is undeniable and has become widely associated with any British Garden. This is appeal is enhanced by Hartman's decision to use only untreated woods ,such as Eucalyptus, Acacia, Balau and Teak, so the true character of the wood is revealed with age, which is combined with designs to enhance the natural beauty of the wood. All woods used are certified to the standards required by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC).
Steel - Hartman use steel for situations where a slimmer reduced bulk furniture is needed for smaller spaces bringing contemporary, still elegant, looks to patios, balconies or quiet gardens without any loss of durability.