Wooden patio furniture is the most popular. Many varieties of wood are used for making outdoor furniture and some are more durable than others. This means that outdoor furniture made from the less durable varieties will need regular attention like painting, staining or oiling. With some woods, e.g. pine, this maintenance may be as regular as every year. The more durable timbers are jarrah and teak and usually a quick oil or stain every 2 to 3 years is ample. Sometimes, wicker furniture is painted. However, it does not need a great deal of attention.
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.
There are a number of options available for the covering or wrapping of your patio furniture sets. Ideally, it would be nice to move your furniture into a garage, shed, or basement where it is dry and sheltered. However, there are very few people that have the extra space available to store bulky items like patio furniture. If this is the case for you, there are still great methods for protecting your furniture if it must stay outdoors during the winter months.
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