BY Tiffney Corre On Feb 04, 2018 Outdoor
These outdoor furniture are generally available in three forms. All of them consist of tables and chairs in different numbers and designs. Patio dining sets are apt for the large outdoor area like a huge porch area or a large patio. There are dining sets also available for these large areas. The Bistro sets are apt for small areas like the balcony of an apartment or a small 6 by 6 garden. The third kind is known as the conversation set. They mostly include a sofa and few chairs with a coffee table. These are also apt for larger areas as they include many pieces and are good for large group gatherings.
Besides these, one has the option of benches for the outdoors. These can be two-seat benches or three-seat benches, and with backs or without backs. Some people do not use the benches for seating but just as a show piece in the garden. These show piece benches are metallic. One can, however, even use it for placing plants in the garden.
Materials used in outdoor furniture. The most common materials that are used in the making of furniture are wood, aluminum, plastic and also wrought iron. As the wooden outdoor furniture can easily suffer because of the exposure to various elements, it essentially has to be treated. Teak is also a very commonly used material for garden or outdoor furniture. It contains natural silica and this makes it highly resistant to any type of fungal decay. Most of the effects of water and also chemicals are put away because of silica.
Lazying around in your garden is as it is very relaxing. But that feeling is enhanced even more if there is excellent outdoor furniture and accessories to go with it. It not only makes it convenient and comfortable to relax in the outdoors but also gives your outdoors a personal touch and that home feeling.
One can also use chairs instead of full sets. Lounge chairs are just perfect for the outdoors. These are made up of metal, wrought iron and synthetic material. These are in vogue nowadays as they are available at lower prices and offer the same sophisticated look like metal or iron furniture. These are also available in teak or hardwood but those are a bit on the expensive side.
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Tiffney is a crafter-in-training, coffee advocate and sappy romance novel-reader. When she's not talking home décor at the office, she loves to take mini road trips and binge watch her fave Netflix shows.
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