Decorative Garden Accessories

 

About Us

Recycled Products

At Decorative Garden Accessories our focus is to design and produce functional products for the home and garden, without having to compromise on style. From planters to plant pots– we are passionate about making products that will last for years, and earn you plenty of compliments from your friends too!

Our aim is not to follow a throw-away society but instead to sell attractive, everyday useful items that are made to a high quality that will stand the test of time. You will not find any plastic at Decorative Garden Accessories unless it is recycled- we strive to make our products using responsibly sourced materials, from the UK. We aim to create a brand that customers will keep returning to. Furthermore, we wish to give our customers an excellent service and standards that they have come to expect.

We reduce our environment impact by using recycled materials.

Our new home & garden accessories are not available at garden centres or the high street.

If you have a questions

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Or 08715 250 039.

If we are unable to answer the phone please do not be put off by the answer phone.

We regularly check the phone and emails throughout the day.

We aim to return all queries within 24 hours if not sooner.

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Catherine Miller replied to GaryRK's discussion Covid-19 business contingency
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"crikey, a retainer as in, payment for not coming but keeping the client on your books? It's a fair point but best of luck with that."
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