News archive 2011

5 foot Georgian porch with iron framework ph421 December 2011

New porch design

Following the successful launch of the Georgian Porch and door canopy range, we’ve introduced this latest porch design with classic ironwork supports. This porch is a perfect addition to a classic town or country house façade.

Fireguards for wood-burning stoves November 2011

November sees the launch of new fireguards

The cold winter months have arrived along with Garden Requisites’ new range of wirework fireguards. Inspired by the beautiful and practical designs from the past, two pared down designs are now produced to suit any style of open fireplace or woodburning stove.

Royal Crescent Bath October 2011

New Catalogue and Website Relaunch

It has been a hectic few months in the Garden Requisites office, as the team has been busy pulling together innovative ideas, stunning photography and updated product descriptions ready for the new catalogue.

news rhs chelsea flower show 2011 September 2011

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2011

Garden Requisites is a regular exhibitor at the annual RHS Chelsea Flower Show, a highlight of the gardening calendar. This year the company exhibited a handmade wirework octagonal gazebo and the new circular steel planters on Tendercare’s stand in the Great Pavilion.

Metal Planter August 2011

New Circular Steel Planters Launched

A range of new circular steel planters launched in time for summer and immediately proved to be a hit with customers looking for a maintenance-free alternative to wooden planters.

news window boxes on great pulteney street July 2011

Window Boxes on Great Pulteney Street

Great Pulteney Street is one of the finest and most famous streets in the city of Bath. Commissioned by Sir William Pulteney and completed by architect Thomas Baldwin in 1789, the street is lined with elegant Georgian façades rich with original period features.

Trellis Gates in Arch June 2011

Garden Requisites fights back

Garden Requisites, a Bath-based company, which specialises in bespoke handwoven English wirework including steel canopies, porches and arches, is warning firms to act quickly if their intellectual property is breached, after a Gloucestershire firm copied its designs and brand identity.



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