By Florence Simon. Patio Dining Sets. Published at Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 - 15:30:33 PM.
Forget pine, oak or natural wicker, for outdoor furniture, they won't stand up to the weather and the sun. Teak, eucalyptus or cedar will. Teak is the jewel in the crown of outdoor furniture woods. It is extremely durable. So durable, in fact, that it was the shipbuilding material of choice in the days of the clipper ships. Teak patio tables can outlive their owners-teak lasts up to one hundred years. It weathers from a warm orangey medium brown to a rich silvery gray.
Look around at your porch or deck to be able to determine what type of patio sets would best blend in. If you have a deck that is made of a very dark wood, or perhaps a porch that is inlaid with slate or another form of dark tile, you will definitely want to choose a light wood for your wicker. The contrast created will be beautiful.
The first consideration when shopping for outdoor dining furniture set is the size of your patio. The size and number of the furniture set should be proportional to the amount of available space in your patio. If you have a large outdoor space, you are free to place as many furniture pieces as the space permits. If your patio is small, it can't accommodate bulky furniture sets-they will only make the space crowded.
Patio dining sets are available in a wide assortment of different styles and designs, but they all add class to your outdoor living area or deck. Many people find that their outdoor living area is the best place to get some rest and relaxation after a long day, or merely to enjoy the great outdoors. Many people use their patios to have their friends and family members over for outdoor dinners, lunches or breakfasts. Sometimes folding trays are used for eating, together with existing patio furniture. However, most people take the extra step and buy one of the great patio dining sets that are on the market.
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