By Florence Simon. Patio Chairs. Published at Sunday, April 08th, 2018 - 10:26:46 AM.
Patio chairs may very well be some of the most functional seating arrangements you can place on your patio. Whether your patio is similar to a breezy Los Angeles gazebo or a part of a luxurious waterfront condominium with walk-out to the water's edge, choosing patio chairs to complement the rest of your patio furniture is essential.
Why walk around endless patio chair stores, trying to find the ones that you want when you can sit at home and research every different style and type there is. The internet offers you some great shopping options; you can compare outdoor patio chairs easily without having to leave your home. Buying online has never been so easy; you can look at so many different stores compare patio furniture, and quite often have them delivered the next day. Although the internet is great for ordering items, you do need to be careful. Make sure you read the descriptions of the patio chairs well, and all of the reviews, you will not be able to see the chairs so you will rely on the photo.
Whatever your patio arrangement is, that particular layout should help to determine what your patio chairs selection is and how that selection can compliment your other patio furniture and arrangements. If your patio needs bar seating, consider the average age of your guests and how long they will be sitting in the seats. A swivel patio chair with arms and cushions may work well at an indoor patio bar whereas a wrought iron patio chair without arms and stationary might work best for an outdoor patio that is frequently exposed to the natural elements such as the sun, wind and rain.
Some types of wood are more weather-resistant than others, though all of them tend to be more expensive than more common types of wood. Teak is a good option, as is cypress. Both of these are slow-growing hardwoods, and their price reflects it. Cedar can be a less expensive option than teak or cypress-just realize that you'll have to refinish it a little more often. Wooden patio chairs can be built from any type of wood, of course. So long as a good, sturdy finish is applied, oak, pine or redwood make wonderful patio chairs, especially if you live away from a marine environment.
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