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Outdoor Accessories

The customer experience of patio dining areas and beer gardens of any venue can be made by the style and quality of the outdoor furniture. Not only does this complement the overall look and experience a venue offers, but also provides comfort for guests when eating or drinking in the garden of a restaurant, pub, hotel or Café.

Our range of outdoor accessories can be the final pieces that make the difference and complete your venue’s outdoor areas. Perhaps by offering shade for guests on warm days with Restaurant Parasols and Table Umbrellas, all of which are available in a range of colours, so we’re sure to have what you’re looking for.

The quality and durability of outdoor accessories is also important, even if only used during the warmer months, our range of accessories is designed to withstand the varied weather we get here in the UK, so long life has been considered alongside style and function in the design and material selection.

Our professional staff are available to discuss your desired look, and we’re confident that whatever your setting, we have something that will benefit your venue. If you’d like to find out more, please feel free to give our team a call and we’ll be more than happy to help with your enquiry.

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Temporary Closure

Good Morning/ Afternoon/ Evening to all our loyal and valued customers,

FOLLOWING THE GOVERNMENT'S GUIDELINES
We have taken the decision today to close our workshops and offices from this Friday evening (8th January). So, from Monday 11th January for 2 weeks our premises in Stafford will be closed.
We will then review the situation and post updates onto our website.
We will still be picking up emails via sales@taylorsclassics.com, if you would like to send an email, a member of our team will reply either via telephone or email.

We are very optimistic for the future, but feel we should be doing 'our bit' to keep everyone who works at Taylor's Classics safe.
Please take care of yourselves and let's hope when the daffodils are out & the birds start to sing, things will be getting better.

Best wishes,
Martin Taylor