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Summerhouses Used as Cosy Lodges for John Lewis Rooftop Garden

By Sarah Rumbles - 11th November 2016

At the beginning of the week we shared some festive photos of one of our Crane Vans parked outside John Lewis Oxford Street on our social pages after we installed two National Trust Flatford Summerhouses on their rooftop garden.

Flatford Summerhouse John Lewis

Since then, John Lewis has very kindly sent over a photo collage of what they have done with our summerhouses (there are four in total), and they look so good that we thought we’d share it with you too.

Oxford Street’s rooftop garden (The Gardening Society) has been wonderfully put together to create a green, natural haven in the middle of London to enjoy a bit of relaxation and take a step back from all the hubbub.

Cosy Interior Collage John LewisWith two summerhouses already up there, the four National Trust Summerhouses have been turned into these wonderfully cosy lodges that you see here. The National Trust Summerhouses are traditional in design with leaded windows and Fleur-de-Leys style cast iron door and window furniture, so they perfectly suit this rustic interior design.There’s enough seating in the lodges for eight people, plenty of cushions, ambient lighting, and are filled with rustic, country-style paraphernalia inside each to look and wonder at, perfect for a festive get together with family or friends.

With food, cocktails and music available as well, it certainly looks to be an intriguing idea, and we’re sure many people will be enjoying these lodges in the lead up to Christmas.