Loose Women panellist Nadia Sawalha lives in London with her husband Mark Adderley and their two daughters, Maddie and Kiki-Bee, and on Tuesday, the star took to Instagram to reveal her new garden furniture.
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Nadia Sawalha unveiled her new garden furniture on Instagram
She posted a photo of herself and her family enjoying an al fresco dinner, around a large oval-shaped rattan table with a glass top, under a matching umbrella. Nadia, her daughter and her guests sat on coordinating rattan chairs furnished with large cream cushions. The furniture had been gifted to her, but Nadia is clearly a fan as she wrote, "Thank you @modafurnishings we LOVE our new table! And the blooming chairs are so comfy!!."
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Outdoor dining set, £879, Amazon
With temperatures reaching an all-time high in the UK this week, we imagine you're probably looking for furniture of your own, so we've done some digging. Nadia's table and chair set is currently listed for £1695 on Moda Furnishings, but we found a dead ringer on Amazon for almost half the price at £879. It comes with six cushioned seats (rattan, just like Nadia's), a rectangular dining table with a glass top, and even a parasol for some much-needed shade. Once it's time to pack away, the set also comes with a cover to protect it from damp.
Nadia shares CCTV from her garden
At the start of the coronavirus lockdown period, Nadia shared an access-all-areas look inside her garden as she began streaming live CCTV. The series came as part of the family's YouTube channel, and as well as their gorgeous furniture, the video footage shows that they also have plenty of other outdoor space including a huge lawn framed with plants and bushes and a cobbled area in one corner.
Nadia previously shared a photo of herself and her dogs on an additional patio area, where a deck chair was seen in the background, as well as several plant pots.
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