Bentley Brushware launches National Trust garden range

by | Feb 14, 2016 | News | 0 comments

Bentley Brushware has partnered with the National Trust to develop a new collection of 2016. The new Kingston range of furniture is an exclusive collection that has been designed to the highest standards using ethically sourced and sustainably produced eucalyptus wood.

This FSC certified wood has been carefully selected for its strength, longevity and water repellent properties, ensuring the collection is robust and decay resistant, while the green and cream accents perfectly complement a garden setting. Kingston Lacy, in Dorset, provides the inspiration for this collection, with the distinctive slats echoing the iconic striped wallpaper of the Tent Room.

The Kingston collection makes an ideal addition to outdoor displays, offering purchasers a sustainable choice of garden furniture. Purchasers also have the added knowledge that by choosing this collection they are helping to support the vital conservation work of the National Trust.

This two-seater Kingston bench is an attractive and comfortable alternative to the traditional garden bench. The use of eucalyptus wood means this bench is hard wearing and suitable for outdoor use all year round. Also comes complete with removable water resistant cushion for additional comfort.

A practical and sturdy alternative to the traditional garden bench, the Kingston companion seat features two seats and joining table. Made from eucalyptus, the set features a removable water resistant chair cushions for additional comfort.

This sturdy Kingston rocking chair is set to become a popular alternative to the traditional garden chair. Available with green or cream accent and features a removable water resistant chair cushion for additional comfort.

Perfect for those with limited outdoor space, the Kingston bistro set is both compact and robust, making it a great range for al fresco dining. Sturdy, comfortable and traditional in design, it folds away for easy storage. Available with green or cream accents.
A traditional lounger with a modern twist, the Kingston reclining sun lounger is a hard wearing addition to the garden. Based on classic designs, this lounger benefits from a robust wooden base, complete with adjustable head rest, a side table that conveniently slides away when not in use and a removable, water repellent cushion.

The Kingston butler tray makes a practical addition to outdoor ranges and provides a convenient side table for drinks and snacks. The tray is removable to make carrying items more convenient and it folds away flat for easy storage.

As with all of the National Trust products you can be confident that by choosing these products you are supporting the National Trust?s Vital conservation work, protecting historic places and green spaces, and opening them for ever, for everyone.

For more details on stocking the new range please call 01509 232757 or go to

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