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Building Ideas

Create a focal point, entertain in style, or relax in comfort with the addition of a summerhouse or gazebo in your garden.

Whether you want to maintain and nurture the wood's natural grain or find a colour to cover the wood, we have a wide selection of products to choose from.

"The Outdoor Edit for 2017 has been carefully curated by our expert team to inspire homemakers across the nation and show how powerful that transformation can be. So we invite you to take another look at your garden and see the potential. Come rain or shine, all you need is a bit of T L C (Tender Loving Cuprinol).

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Building Colours

Cuprinol has a wide range of colours to choose from, whether you want to inject colour and vibrancy into your garden with Cuprinol Garden Shades or go for a more traditional look with Cuprinol Ultimate Garden Wood Preserver.

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Garden Shades Tester

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How To

Don't head out to an outdoor screening, when you can turn your own garden into an outdoor cinema! Here's how to create the perfect space to enjoy a film with the family.

Inspired to do the rest of your garden? Discover our how to guide available to download now:

How To Guide

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How To Prepare & Clean

Summerhouses are beautiful buildings in the garden that you should be proud of, prepare and clean correctly with Cuprinol to gain the best finish.

How to Prepare and Clean

How To Protect & Revive

By protecting and reviving your old garden building it can become a stylish and colourful feature which can become the focal point of your garden.

How to Protect and Revive

Usage Guide

We continually test our formulations to ensure you’re getting the best performing products, read our usage guides to make sure you get the best finish possible.

Usage Guide