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Top 5 Garden Statues

If you’re looking for an opportunity to inject some life into your garden, there is a simple solution. A garden is an essential part of your home that is in constant view by your friends, family and neighbours - which means that adding fancy lighting, trinkets or plants often won’t do the trick. You need something different. We suggest garden statues as a new focal point for your outdoor space!

Whether placed in your front or back garden, statues can completely transform the look of your home and enhance its visual appeal. If you are in need of something that suits your style and décor, then look no further.

The Best Garden Statues Around

Buddha

The statue of Gautama Buddha who was born in Nepal in the 6th century BC and was the founder of Buddhism. Buddha statues date back to ancient times and are ideal for those who want a sense of peace and tranquillity during their morning cup of tea or evening enjoyment of their garden. There are many different types of Buddha statues -  such as meditating or laughing.

Gargoyles and Dragons

Perfect for those who want a traditional and medieval look about their garden, these statues will surely brighten up any history buff’s day. Gargoyles and dragons date back to the Middle Ages when they were carved on top of buildings to divert rainwater away from the masonry work on the roofs. They were also said to protect a building or location where they were placed.

Lions

Lion statues add class to your garden’s decor and they portray courage and bravery through difficult times. Lion statues have always been used since ancient times as symbols of protection in palaces, tombs, temples, administrative buildings, etc. They were prevalent in ancient China, Persia, Egypt, and Greece.

Back in the day, lion statues were only used by the elite or wealthy and were regarded as a symbol of social status.

Easter Island Heads

One of the most iconic and mysterious statues of all time; the giant, monolithic carved human heads on Easter Island are a majestic sight to behold. Imagine having these heads in your garden! Don’t get spooked out, though, as these heads will add a touch of extreme uniqueness and individuality to your backyard.

Not only that, but they will surely turn heads as well. These human figures can be found in Chile and they are a famous spot for tourists. It’s also said that heads were carved sometime between 1250 and 1500 AD.

Angels and Fairies

Fairies and angels have captured the imagination of people for centuries. Adding angelic or fairy garden statues enhance the visual beauty of your garden or backyard and they will bring about calmness and peace to your surroundings.

After all, who wouldn’t want a fairy or an angel staring down and enveloping you with their warm blessings as you sip a cup of coffee on a chilly autumn evening?

So there you have it, our top 5 garden statues – which will you choose? We have these and so many more to choose from. Browse our range today!