ASDA has just released an egg chair for your garden under £180, but it’s selling out fast

We discover the best egg chairs for your garden to shop online.

Best egg chairs for garden

by Ruby Barry |
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If you, like the rest of us like-minded, smart, gorgeous-looking people, are shopping for a funky egg chair for your garden, we've got some spectacular news. ASDA has just released a new outdoor egg chair, on sale for £179, on their online website. Move out of the way ALDI egg chairs - ASDA is coming to steal your crown.

Save an extra £70 in ASDA's Outdoor Savings Sale

editor's choice

ASDA George Home Hanging Egg Chair
Price: £179 (was £249)

Made from handwoven rattan, and finished off with weather-resistant cushions fit for a king, we think the ASDA George Home Chair is your answer to chic outdoor seating. You can also shop a double egg chair version for £349.


  • We love that it is constructed with high-quality galvanised steel
  • The rattan texture is chic and trendy
  • Reviewers praise its sturdiness and comfortable nature


  • It may take two people to put together
DimensionsW95 x D95 x H197cm

Growing up with the usual couches and chairs, the egg chair was a mind-blowing revelation to us all, offering a glimpse into a world of innovative seating. Who can forget the joy of lazily swinging in one for hours? Now that we're proper adults, we can design our outdoor spaces as we please, with proper outdoor products - and egg chairs are back in vogue. It's time to relive those childhood dreams by adding stylish outdoor egg chairs to our patios and gardens. Life's too short not to.

Closer's best egg chairs at a glance:

Editor's choice: George Home Hanging Egg Chair, £179 on ASDA

Best Amazon egg chair: Yaheetech Garden Egg Swing Chair, £209.99 on Amazon

Best collapsible egg chair: Outsunny Hanging Egg Chair with Stand, £162.89 on Amazon

The iconic egg chair was first designed in 1958 by architect Arne Jacobsen for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. Naturally, this masterpiece originated in Denmark, the epicentre of Scandinavian design. IKEA meatballs anyone?

However, choosing the perfect egg chair for your outdoor area can be tricky. Which style suits you best? Do you prefer a natural, earthy rattan furniture vibe or a sleek, contemporary look? Are you looking for a compact single-seater or a spacious two-seater? We’ve created a comprehensive guide to help you find the ideal outdoor egg chair to enhance your space.

MORE: The best egg chairs for your garden for summer 2024

Best Amazon egg chair

Rated as one of Amazon's best egg chairs on offer, the Yaheetech is small and sweet and will sweep you off your feet (literally). Reviews praise its chic design and say it looks exactly the same as the pictures.


  • Its bird nest shape is perfect for snuggling
  • The rattan structure is non-fade
  • We love the high backrest for extra comfort


  • Reviews said it was not big enough for tall people
Dimensions95L x 95W cm

best collapsible egg chair

Some of us don't have room on our patios to have a big egg chair out all year round. Outsunny's Hanging Egg Chair not only has a retractable canopy, but the chair is completely collapsible. You can shop it on The Range, but Amazon is slightly cheaper.


  • We love that it can be easily put away for winter months
  • The canopy roof can be adjusted to follow the sun
  • The thick cushion bottom is a bonus


  • It is currently only available in grey
DimensionsL120, W100, H195 cm

best double collapsible egg chair

Outsunny Double Hanging Egg Chair 2 Seater
Price: £199.99 (was £339.99)

Or if you're looking to share your egg chair with others, go for Outsunny's double-hanging chair option, available on Aosom. Or, just snag it for yourself and stretch out dramatically. Either or.


  • We love that the double chair can also be folded away easily
  • Removable mesh pockets make for easy storage
  • Reviews say once you get in, you'll never want to get out


  • None - all 15 reviews are five stars!
Dimensions172H x 132L x 126W cm

best egg chair for design points

A brilliant option for those looking for a chair under £200. With tons of five-star reviews, you know that Dunelm will give you a solid offering with this chair and we have to agree the bamboo effect is hella chic. You can also buy a double egg chair version for £399.


  • Reviews praise its comfort and how gorgeous it looks
  • One review says the gentle swinging is one of her favourite parts
  • Flat-pack assembly means easy transportation


  • Reviews note you do need two people to assemble
DimensionsH113cm x W92cm x D55 cm

best double egg chair

Habitat presents double-trouble realness with their hanging chair: a unique design mix of an egg chair, and a classic garden swing bench. Reviews talk of rocking themselves to sleep on a sunny day. That's the dream.


  • Reviews praise its design and ultra-comfort
  • A luxury double chair for under £500 is a great bargain
  • We love the sturdy powder-coated steel frame


  • Reviews say you'll need two people to build it
DimensionsH 197, W 140, D 120cm

best luxury egg chair

Chic and stylish, the Barker & Stonehouse Garcia Hanging Chair is something you'd see on the cover of Vogue magazine. Model material. The black rattan and metal composition is finished with trendy charcoal grey cushions.


  • The cushions are heavily padded for the most luxurious seating
  • We love that for every delivery B&S make, they plant a tree to offset carbon emissions
  • Reviews praise its high-quality craftsmanship


  • One review mentions their rattan came loose, although this seems like a one-off
DimensionsW121, D105, H196 cm

best children's egg chair

GoodHome Apolima Brown & Ebony Black Rattan Effect Kids Egg Chair
Price: £63 (was £125)

Are the kids jealous of your nice new egg chair and want one? Get the cutest, smallest egg chair on Earth from Tradepoint, partners of B&Q. Plus, it's set on the ground, and not hanging, which is safer for the little ones.


  • We love that it's the perfect size for kids
  • You can even get a matching adult Apolima egg chair
  • Resist sun exposure with its colour-fast fabric


  • It's not swinging, which might disappoint some of the youngsters
DimensionsD53, H102, W70 cm

Top garden styling tips for summer 2024

Everyone wants a comfortable and stylish garden and making the most of your outdoor space doesn’t have to break the bank.

Whether you’re ready to invest in new garden accessories or give your old set some TLC, styling is what gives your garden the best finishing touch. We spoke exclusively to Furniturebox’s experts, and they shared their top four garden styling tips...

Create a dedicated dining or relaxation area: Giving your garden some structure can make all the difference. If you have an area of patio or decking this is a great spot for putting your furniture for alfresco dining or entertaining. Add an outdoor rug, surround the area with fairy lights and add an umbrella or outdoor gazebo for shade. You’ll have yourself a cosy area for both day and night.

Create a colour scheme or theme for your garden: A cost-effective way of injecting some colour and personality into your garden is to choose a colour scheme and add accessories that fit. Cushions, dinnerware, plant pots and more can instantly elevate your garden and make it feel more cohesive.

Make a statement with beautiful flowers: Every garden can benefit from a good mix of plants. Not only do they add height and colour to your garden but different plants create different moods. For a cottage feel, choose wildflowers and for a zen-style garden choose more greenery and shrubs. Plus you’ll be helping out the local wildlife in the process – win, win!

Think about your choice of lighting: Good garden lighting allows you to enjoy your garden well into the evening as well as in the day. Fairy lights, lanterns or candles will illuminate your space in style and create a lovely ambience — you can even add fairy lights to your trees! Plus for an extra hack, invest in some citronella candles to burn in the evening to keep bugs and flies away.

Ruby Barry is a Product Writer for Closer Online, specialising in fashion and beauty. The team has nicknamed her "dupe queen", as there's not a product in the world she can't find a cheaper alternative for.

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