Emmeline. Patio Furniture. October 17th , 2017.
The size you choose is very important. When deciding on size, you need to leave room on the patio for people to move around. This is most important if you entertain regularly. Your guests should be able to freely mingle. A good idea is to make a diagram of your deck to scale and then cut out some pieces of paper to represent your furniture. By placing these cut-outs in various positions on the patio drawing you will be able to see if you have sufficient room. Choose furniture that will not clutter the area. If room is limited then choices like extendable tables and fold up chairs can be the answer. Excess chairs can be folded and stored until needed. Tables can be extended when necessary.
Another great addition to your patio furniture is accessories. From seat cushions to umbrellas, you can choose the best material that can add a personal touch to your patio furniture. Umbrellas are a great addition to patio furniture especially if it is placed outdoors as in a lawn of a garden. Here under the umbrella your guests can enjoy themselves without feeling the heat or elemental fury on hot summer days. Patio furniture is an essential part of a home and choosing the right pieces can indeed be pleasing to the eye.
Although wrought iron patio furniture can be a bit more expensive than plastic and wicker, it costs considerably less than furniture made of aluminum or teak. This makes it a very affordable furniture option for homeowners who desire timeless elegance. You can get an iron outdoor furniture set for as low as $450. While the same set made of aluminum is about $950 and a teak furniture set can be priced well over $1,300. Wrought iron patio furniture can give you timeless elegance, durability and versatility that no other kinds of furniture can provide. With this kind of furniture proudly showcased in your outdoor living area, you are assured to enjoy its aesthetic value, comfort and functionality for decades to come.
When the warm summer months are coming to a close and you start to see the leaves turn and drift to the ground, it is time to start preparing your patio furniture for winter storage. While it is always difficult to close up that umbrella and acknowledge that it is your last dinner on the patio for the season, a little planning can make sure you will be able to enjoy your patio furniture set for many years to come.
Cleaning Wood Sets: Wood sets can vary, from a classic picnic table to a set of Adirondack Chairs. Using a mild soap with warm water and gentle scrub brush or sponge, clean the surface of your furniture. Allow the furniture to air dry completely, or use a towel to dry. Address any areas that require sanding, painting, or staining. If the wood has a natural finish, consider rubbing a furniture oil or mineral oil into the surface to keep the wood from splitting or becoming brittle during dry winter months.
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