By Lisette Vallotton. Patio Dining Sets. Published at Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 - 15:02:59 PM.
The average dining and writing table, the kind build for basically as long as tables have been around, in Western Europe at least all measure around 28 to 30 inches high. The average height for many a table is exactly 29 inches. The chairs then sit proportionate, with typical seats measuring 11" to 13" lower. The normal allowance for leg room is about 24 inches, and 12 inches of that should be reserved for knee clearance.
Wood is great looking, and very durable. It is no surprise that a lot of outdoor furniture made of wood, considering it is charm and practicality as a construction material. If wood conjures mental pictures of your dad's old pine do-it-yourself picnic table, or your mom's rattan patio tables, and how quickly they fell apart when exposed to the elements, think again. There are many excellent, beautiful hardwoods that can make an excellent building material.
If, however, your deck is made of a lighter wood, or you're looking to contrast, perhaps, with a light shade of sand or concrete, darker wicker dining sets, such as those that are dark brown or black, will be your best option in creating a striking image for your backyard. Remember that you will be spending many hours with this furniture and so being comfortable with its look and feel is highly important.
Finding the best patio furniture requires you to take an inventory of your needs and requirements - as well as your family. If your children are very young, it is pertinent for you to select a set that is able to handle spills and potential stains. The same principle applies for older kids. If your kids are teenagers you may need furniture that is durable enough to handle rough play. Regardless of the age of your kids, the perfect furniture will not only withstand spills and play, but will also need to be weather resistant so it can stay outdoors. Look for these qualities when choosing and purchasing your new outdoor patio dining furniture sets.
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