By Lisette Vallotton. Patio Chairs. Published at Monday, April 09th, 2018 - 10:32:21 AM.
When it comes to picking out patio chairs for your patio, you must first take into consideration the amount of space you have on your patio. If you have a limited amount of space, you should go with the folding or stacking chairs. On the other hand, if you have quite a bit of space, you can go with the side chairs and arm chairs. Understanding these factors will help you get the style of chair that is perfect for your patio. Nothing is worse than an over crowded patio.
If your patio chairs tend to get year-round use, consider wicker or wood, perhaps with a seat cushion for comfort. These tend to be a little heavier and less mobile, so you'll want to place these where they don't have to be moved around a lot. If you have a backyard firepit or fireplace, this type of patio chair makes for fabulous seating, especially if hot dog sticks are handy!
If you are clever when shopping online for your new outdoor chairs then you can find some bargains. You could always buy them in the sale for the following year, if you have the room to store them. This is a great way of buying cheaper outdoor patio chairs, although you won't be able to choose different options, you may be lucky and the patio chairs you want will be in the sale. Whatever chairs you decide on they will make your garden look great. Buying them this way can save you vast amounts of money and before you know it you will be sitting in your garden enjoying the summer sun.
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.
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