La Siesta Jávea Outdoor Furnishing

Palms in your spanish garden

Palms in your Spanish garden looks excellent, gives a nice atmosphere of tropical surroundings and attract a variety of interesting wildlife feeding of the dates.  If you dont have a Spanish garden already equipped with palms if its possible to buy them in all sizes in most bigger garden centers at relatively affordable prices.

palms in your spanish garden

Be careful when buying though, you need to buy palms that will thrive in the specific location of your garden where you plan to put them. Some palms need plenty of direct sun, others prefer a bit of shade. Some palms are happy to grow in sandy earth, others need a more rich mix. Ask a skilled gardener before committing to a big purchase of palms for your garden.

palms in your spanish garden

New Classy Chairs At IKEA Murcia

Ok ok its expensive … but it does look super comfy to slob out with a movie in that one :D This TIRUP swivel chair may be a little over budget for some people but it looks and feels great. It has a futuristic sleek look and the base is big so it stops it tipping if you have children who like to throw themsevles onto chairs!

ikea murcia spain chair

It costs € 359 and is real leather. It comes in black or white. IKEA® also do a leather care set which includes special cleaner, polish and sponge for € 10,50 -http://easyflatpax.com/blog/2012/02/17/five-things-we-love-this-week/

Dream Homes For Sale – Making An Offer !

The listed price is NEVER carved in solid stone, make offers – negotiate – haggle. You may be in love with your dream home, but there is absolutely no reason to pay over the odds! The current Spanish property market is extremely hungry for buyers, take advantage of it and secure yourself a good price on the property you want. The money saved can be put to good use furnishing and decorating your Spanish home!

spanish villa

I would open the offers at round 60% at the moment on a generic property … I know, cheeky and that, but I would reckon a lot of sellers are fairly flexible at the moment … so landing the negotiation at about 75%-80% perhaps would be my aim. But of course it depends – some properties are listed as desperate sales at rock bottom prices and probably have little leeway, others seemingly haven’t had their pricing updated since 2007 and would need 50% off before negotiations could even start …