Things to Consider When Buying Outdoor Furniture
Is the furniture appropriately scaled to the outdoor area where it’ll be used? A small deck or backyard patio can be dwarfed by large furniture groupings. Conversely, a spacious deck looks best with a larger grouping.
Aluminum is lightweight and rust-resistant. Durable and tough, aluminum can withstand wear and tear. Finishes adhere well to aluminum, which is important when you consider your outdoor furniture may be exposed to moisture and harsh weather. There are plenty of color and finish options available.
You can find several types of patio table and chair sets, as well as sets containing couches and loveseats, allowing you to easily create an inviting area for relaxed dining or conversation.
Patio Chairs and Other Seating
Swivel rockers and cushioned patio chairs are two popular seating options, and they can double as dining chairs. You can also find outdoor recliners, hammock chairs and patio egg chairs.
While you can find tables in patio sets, you can also buy them individually to create a custom dining or conversation area that works for your space. Table tops come in glass, tile, wood or metal options, so you can pick the surface that best meets your needs.
Cushions allow you to change the look of your furniture without replacing the entire piece. Match and coordinate patio chair cushions with cushions for chaise lounges, benches and loveseats. Don’t forget throw pillows for added color and comfort. Look for cushions and pillows that are waterproof, washable, and mildew- and fade-resistant.
Umbrellas, Pergolas and Other Accessories
Umbrellas, canopies, pergolas and gazebos create a dynamic look and give you a break from the heat of summer, whether you’re relaxing or enjoying patio dining. Pair coordinating tables and umbrellas to round out your patio or deck ensemble.
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