These are items from the "Acacia" range marketed by www.greenfingers.com. We actually have four more chairs, but we have not put them out yet. The table is an expanding one. In the configuration shown here it is 1.5 metres long, but it expands to 2 metres if you need it to, so it will comfortably accomodate six diners.
We are planning to get a set of cushions for the chairs, because I imagine they would not be comfortable to sit in for any length of time without them.
The quality of this furniture seems very good, and I think it is excellent value for money. I was impressed with the ease of assembly too. Actually it was only the table that needed any assembly - the chairs are folding ones - and it only took me about half an hour to do it. Amazingly for flat-packed furniture it went together easily, and there were no bits missing! They even provided the necessary Allen keys and screwdriver. This sounds like a sponsored review, doesn't it? Well, it's not, but I believe in giving praise where praise is due. Last year I had a really bad experience with a flat-packed potting-bench which I was given (free) to review, by a well known retailer. It was awful: poor quality wood; missing parts; bits that didn't fit properly; minimal instructions - everything was wrong, so you will understand why I was apprehensive about this stuff from Greenfingers.
Now that the furniture has arrived, I will be re-arranging the potted plants to enhance what I call the "Mediterranean Courtyard" feel of the patio. I have two Bay trees and an Olive tree to go at three of the corners. The other corner is obstructed by the rotary washing-line! There will be a clutch of Rosemary and Lavender plants too, which will all add to the ambience.
My only worry in all this is "where will I put my seedlings?". In the past I had no qualms about putting dirty, wet pot plants and seed-trays on the plastic table, but now I won't want to damage the posh new wooden one!