14 of the best sun loungers to bring the holiday resort to your home this summer

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Summer 2022 is officially here and thanks to the heatwave, garden sun loungers have never been higher on our wishlists.

Our trusty sofas are about to take a back seat and we plan to spend the rest of our downtime relaxing on the comfiest and most stylish sun lounger we can get our hands on. As one of the most sought after pieces of garden furniture right now, they’re selling out everywhere, so make sure you get your order in quickly.

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From John Lewis to Argos, and Cox & Cox to Maison Du Monde, we’ve searched for the best sun loungers to transform your garden this summer. 

Best garden sun loungers

Dakota Fields reclining sun lounger, £539.99, Wayfair


Designed with rustproof aluminium and weather-resistant wicker, this lounger is as durable as it is beautifully designed. It features a six-position reclining backrest for ultimate comfort.

Fiam Fiesta outdoor reclining soft armchair, £125, John Lewis


Foldable and hardwearing, this popular reclining sunlounger from John Lewis also promises ‘supreme comfort’ and the reviews seem to agree.

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Beanbag lounger, £350, Cox & Cox


Truly bringing the indoors out, this Cox & Cox beanbag lounger has been specially designed with durable splash-proof fabric that will also keep you cool in the heat.

Argos Home Peacan sun lounger, £160, Argos


We think this sleek sun lounger from Argos looks more expensive than its price tag. It has a rust-resistant frame and reviews say it’s super comfortable.

Pentire adjustable sunbed, £1,150, OKA


With its woven base and cream cushions, this rattan sunbed is beautifully bohemian. It’s also practical, complete with an adjustable back that collapses completely flat when needed.

Solid teak sun lounger, £280.50, Maisons Du Monde


Built on wheels, Maisons Du Monde’s classic sun lounger can be moved around easily, which is ideal when you’re trying to catch the sun. It’s made from durable and sustainable FSC-certified wood that will last for years.

4 Seasons Valentine sun lounger, £1,749, John Lewis


The generous size of this rattan lounger from John Lewis means two people can comfortably enjoy it at once. It’s fully weather-resistant and comes with a ten-year guarantee.

Helsinki Zero Gravity loungers, £69 for two, Dunelm


Looking for a bargain? You can shop this pair of sun loungers for less than £70! They get amazing reviews, too.

Outsunny double sun lounger, £94.99, Aosom


We love the curved design of this spacious sun lounger, which comes complete with a pillow and also rocks back and forth. Bliss.

Eos sun lounger, £646, The Conran Shop


To complete modern, minimalist outdoor decor, add this sun lounger from The Conran Shop. It’s sleek and lightweight but built to withstand all of the outdoor elements.

Habitat Rolio sun lounger, £200, Argos


The Roilo sun lounger by Habitat won’t just be the perfect place to relax, its luxe, curved and slated design will look so chic in your garden, too.

Wimborne lounger, £150, Garden Trading


Featuring a sturdy beech frame and tough cream canvas, this vintage-look lounger is designed to be a luxury take on an army bed.

SONGMICS sun lounger, £44.99, Amazon


SONGMICS is king when it comes to practicality. We love the overhead shade this reclining sun lounger comes with. Perfect for reading or sleeping without any disturbance from the sun.

Copacobana sun lounger, £135.80, Maison Du Mode


Feel like you’re in the tropics at home with Maison Du Mode’s rattan sun lounger. It’s perfect for decking or a patio.

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