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Matching waterproof storage for your cushions, tools and utensils

OK, so you're loving your just-completed outdoor living space with a shiny new waterproof Cubic outdoor kitchen and maybe some new garden furniture.

But have you thought about how you will store your cushions during the wintertime? Leaving them in the garage is open to damage by damp, insects and even rodents! How about those garden tools that you can never find in the shed?

Cubic have come up with the answer. Matching storage units to suit your garden or space and complement your Cubic kitchen.

Three options, a one, two or three-door Sideboard (above), the Cupboard (below) and the Box - all available in different sizes, colours and finishes, or even bespoke to suit your scheme.

They are real storage space miracles. They can be individually adapted to your space and they can be used to store all kinds of garden tools, brooms, rakes or shovels. The flexible interior division allows you to create the right storage space for a wide variety of utensils.

Of course, Cubic outdoor cabinets are also equipped with a ventilation system so that there is enough space for large cushions (for example, even for sun loungers). With an outdoor cabinet, a lot of space can be created on a small footprint. Thanks to the optimal use of space, these outdoor cabinets are particularly suitable for narrow terraces and roof terraces.

In the Cubic Box (below) your cushions will find a safe place all year round. Whether it's raining, storming or snowing - the cushions in the box are well protected in all weathers. The special ventilation system prevents the formation of condensation and odours without water entering the Box. So that all pillows can also be conveniently stowed away, we are happy to adapt the Box exactly to your pillow quantity or to a special place on site.

You can download more details here, including drawings and pricing.

You can read more about Cubic outdoor kitchens, storage and garden furniture here.

Come and see us at the Sky House Design Centre when you can, from April 12.

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