A nice replacement for a house of frozen water, the addition is not as ephemeral, is this Garden Igloo. This unusual garden shed is available in two variants: the „Canopy Cover“ you can use like a giant beach shelter and find it in the summer a comfortable place in the shade. Das Garden Igloo 360 however, is completely transparent and offers a great panoramic view and the feeling, sitting outdoors, although it has a protective roof over your head. So you can spend the whole year out, All the same, whether it is raining or snowing. A really great idea, which offers despite or because of the minimalist design plenty of flexibility.
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