From neon lights to fire pits, get your garden looking just like the Love Island villa on a budget

IF you are glued to Love Island and fantasise about living in your own swanky villa, it may be easier than you think to make this a reality.

From neon lights to fire pits, you can get your garden and home looking ready for cracking on with a summer soiree.

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Thankfully, you don’t need to break the bank and have £50,000 in prize money to achieve the look.

It seems like the villa look is all the rage this year, as ElectricalDirect found Google searches for “neon lighting” shot up by 1,566 per cent following the first episode of Love Island.

Here is the ultimate guide to making your pad into a Love Island haven (antics optional).

Neon Lighting


  • Rainbow neon sign, £10 from Tesco – buy now

A Love Island themed garden isn’t complete without neon lighting. 

These can be hand bent to a custom design, so all you need to do is think of your favourite phrase or any shape you fancy and get ordering.

To achieve the look on a budget, Tesco has a rainbow-shape neon sign for just £10.

Fire pit


  • Square fire put, £25 from Argos – buy now

For the ultimate socialising space (hopefully without the dumpings!), why not add raised wooden seating to your back garden.

If there is space, a fire pit will really be the cherry on top – and Argos has one for just £25.

You can also treat yourself to some water-resistant cushions – like these from Dunelm – too for added comfort!

Pergola style decking

Perfect for stringing your lights along, completely transform your garden or backyard with Pergola style decking. 

Pergolas are fully customisable to your style and can be done on a budget.

Whether you’re after a large area for entertaining or just a small bar area for you and your other half, the options are endless. 

Fairy lights


  • Fairy lights, £8 from B&M – buy now

Who says the action has to end as the sun goes down?

Enjoy the warmer evenings outside with your “salty” other half, with these solar bulb string lights from B&M that cost £8 for a 10-pack of bulbs.

Bean bags


  • Colour bean bags, £30 from Argos – buy now

The housemates are able to stretch out in the sun by the pool and discuss any muggy actions on large bean bags.

And there is no reason why you can't get a piece of the action, and make your back garden as extra as theirs is.

Argos does a range of beanbags that come in multiple colours from blue, pink and green, and cost £30. 

Bright cushions


  • Yellow cushion, £5 from Asda – buy now

The islanders love nothing more than enjoying the sun on the outside loungers – while discussing the latest muggy action by their fellow housemates.

And the comfortable area has been given splashes of colour this year, with the addition of numerous large cushions that you can find on a budget back home.

George at Asda is currently stocking a range of colourful options that retail for just £5 or £7.

Water bottles

The Love Island water bottles have become pretty iconic over the series and fans have been eyeing up the bottles since the show started.

But it seems that the endless Google searches for a similar vessel are no longer necessary – as fans can now get their hands on the exact item.

Potential bottle-buyers will have to download the Love Island app to be able to purchase the customised container.

The monogrammed goods can be yours for £20 and are the perfect summer accessory.

Loungers


  • Rattan effect sun lounger, £140 from Argos – buy now

Where else to spend the day catching up with the night before’s gossip, than on a large bed lounger in the sun?

Pick up your own garden bed to make the most of the weather this summer, with this Rattan Effect Sun Lounger from Argos, which retails for £140.

The bed can be used as a double lounger, two side by side loungers or even as a three-person sofa depending on your garden space.

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