By Florence Simon. Patio Dining Sets. Published at Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 - 15:30:33 PM.
For the adult entertainer in you, there's no talk of card tables and cheap lawn chairs when it comes to an outdoor gathering. You have progressed beyond the college kegger days and leave the Christmas lights just for the winter months. You also know that success hinges on buying just the right patio dining set. These days, outdoor and indoor dining sets have been playing around with different table and chair heights, the result of which changes the feel and formality of any occasion.
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.
PVC is another popular material which has grown in ratings over the last couple of years. PVC is really hard plastic, but it's truly durable. And with the many colors that it is coated nowadays, you can really make the patio yours. You can give it any style you want. For example I know a family which uses a mix of wooden and PVC furniture. While most of it is made of hardwood, the actual chairs are made of PVC. They swear that the chairs are very comfortable and they wouldn't change them for anything in the world.
Also, consider your purpose for purchasing a patio dining set. How many people on the average will use the patio dining set? You have to determine whether it's just for family dining or for parties with many guests. Majority of patio dining sets are available in five- or seven-piece sets that include a table and four to six chairs.
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