A summerhouse fit for a Queen
We have a fabulous summer to look forward to, awash with national pride as we host two spectacular events that will be broadcast and enjoyed around the world.
This fine country of ours will be in the spotlight like never before as billions tune in to watch the London Olympics and the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth come together to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
The popularity of the Royal Family is at an all time high and yet this is set to crescendo still further in the coming months, as the Diamond Jubilee approaches. The Queen’s busy schedule will see her travel the country during 2012 and as long-standing exhibitors at the magnificent RHS Chelsea Flower Show, Scotts of Thrapston is delighted that Her Majesty will again be paying a visit to the world famous show.
With the quintessentially English summerhouse having been popularised by the Victorian gentry, it is fitting that a very special Scotts of Thrapston design commemorating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee is set to be on display at Chelsea.
The limited edition Jubilee Summerhouse is finished in a rich cream ‘Jubilee’ paint and furnished with deep red and gold cushions. An impressive weather vane bearing the official Diamond Jubilee emblem is a striking feature to crown a cedar shingle roof. Further Diamond Jubilee insignias are to be found on the glass of the doors, whilst the beautiful leaded light windows are completed with gold paint architrave.
Inside you are invited to sit under the lavish cream roof canopy; a gold overlay adding an opulent touch. Contained storage in the seating helps keep things neat and tidy, whilst the neutral tone of the Savannah floor complements the gorgeous internal décor.
It is a sumptuous garden retreat that marks in style this year’s royal celebrations and you can see it for yourself if visiting the RHS Chelsea Flower Show on stand WA11.
The Scotts of Thrapston Jubilee Summerhouse is set to retail at £9,500 with a contribution from each one sold being made to The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust.