Celebrate spring with a bird box from the makers of beautiful bespoke garden accessories.

Robinson Garden came into being in 2012 when its founders discovered a gap in the market for bespoke garden products.

Based in Lincolnshire, the company’s in-house carpenters make each of their exquisite offerings by hand, using sustainably sourced, FSC-certified wood. The products – which include bird tables, dovecotes, seated arbours, bird boxes and dog kennels – are treated, undercoated and hand-painted in Farrow & Ball colours.

Spring is on its way so why not celebrate with a bird box for your garden. It makes the perfect gift for a bird lover and the range is on sale now.



Bespoke bird boxes – Hand painted in a selection of Farrow & Ball colours and signature wood mouse on the roof.

Featured in magazines like The English Home, Grow your Own and House Beautiful, Robinson Garden has amassed a loyal, high-profile following. Clients include Alan Titchmarsh, a Premiership footballer, large multi-national business owners, stately homes, Gold Medal-winning Chelsea Flower Show designers and a five-star London hotel.



Beaulieu bird table – Hand painted in a selection of Farrow & Ball colours with a choice of Ball, Acorn or Unique finial

Founder Dominic Robinson says: “It has been a momentous year for Robinson Garden with the completion of our second workshop in Lincolnshire and the launch of our new website.

“We strive to keep to our core values, ensuring a high-quality British standard throughout all of our bespoke garden products, with a strong consideration for our environment.”

Robinson Garden is proud to be a family-run business. With no showroom, their website’s “gallery” is their shop window. And it is a jolly appealing one. Search by product to find examples of each of their offerings in all available colourways.

As well as the new website, Robinson Garden is about to launch an Instagram feed (@robinson_garden). Keep an eye out also for their inspirational blog, which is illustrated by yet more gorgeous photography, and for their newsletter.

October 2018