About Us

Gaze Burvill specialises in elegant, sustainable, durable and craftsman-made furniture for outdoors, as well as outdoor kitchens. We would be delighted to hear from you about your garden requirements - choose from our collections, or speak to us about your ideas for a customised or bespoke design. We design and make everything at our Hampshire base, so our quality control covers every stage of the creation of all Gaze Burvill Oak pieces, as well as of our newest Sweet Chestnut garden seat, the Wisley Woodland Seat, a special commission from the RHS.

What services do you provide?

Furniture, Garden & Landscape Design

How would you describe your style?

Gaze Burvill creates contemporary classics for discerning garden lovers. With over 25 years’ experience in making certified sustainable, comfortable and beautiful furniture designed for a long life outdoors, as well as outdoor kitchens, Gaze Burvill works with both garden and landscape professionals, and private customers.

Please describe a recently completed project or tell us about the bespoke service that you offer

A beautiful house with stunning views over the city of Bath had an extensive garden, on several levels because of Bath's steep gradients. The scale of the house required substantial focal points, and large oak sofas from our Splash collection were those chosen by garden designer Butter Wakefield - they bring together comfortable contemporary luxury with a timeless elegance which suited the style of the house. Elsewhere, Splash Armchairs provided a secluded retreat, while the principal terrace required a handsome dining arrangement, which would not spoil the beautiful views from the house. An Oval Broadwalk Table and seating from our Oak Collections, which can accomodate fourteen, but also smaller parties, was the answer. A narrow walk-through segment of the garden presented a dilemma which Butter resolved by placing two Court Seats on either side of the path - these oak seats with steam-bent backs, which have become contemporary classics, provided some architectural structure to this rather tight space. Sumptuous planting completed the project.

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