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.
The patio is one of the best places to entertain visitors especially during the warmer seasons. You and your visitors can enjoy fresh air and the great outdoors. The patio can also add to the value of your home in case you plan to sell it. It is therefore important to make sure that you design your patio well. Choosing the right kind of patio furniture can definitely make your patio stand out.
Most shops selling furniture for patios usually categorize the furniture pieces to help customers pick the best furniture for their patios. Some of the categories include: Modern, Classic, Contemporary, Luxury, Functional and Traditional. There are also some shops which categorize the furniture depending on certain themes. Customers who are budget conscious can also find some furniture divided depending on the prize range. The most common patio furniture includes dining sets (tables and chairs), benches, chaise lounges, settees and rocking chairs. Others are bar stools, picnic tables, porch swings and hammocks. There are also several accessories you can add to make your patio more relaxing and comfortable. Examples are cushions, throw pillows, outdoor lightings and storage deck boxes.
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