By Maxence Boutin. Patio Chairs. Published at Sunday, April 01st, 2018 - 18:00:34 PM.
First, there are the regular patio chair covers that will fit the typical chair style that you may have at your patio. These are the common chairs that most people get for their patio as additional seating options. Second, people who have bar stools will be delighted to find out that there are patio chairs that are high enough to match the height of your bar stools. The height of these covers can reach up to 48 inches that are typically the generic height of a bar stool.
Perhaps your patio is nestled between some businesses and space is at a premium. The type of patio chair you choose can make or break the consistency and flow of the design of your patio and your home, particularly if your patio opens up directly from your living or dining area. For this and many other reasons, the patience exercised in choosing the right patio chairs is well worth its weight.
Regular patio chair cushions have two parts to fit regular chairs: one part for supporting the back and another for the butt. There are, however, almost as many designs of these cushions as there are kinds of chairs. There are long rectangular cushions for benches, cylindrical ones for stools and many others. Almost all kinds of patio chairs have corresponding cushions so it would not be hard to find one that suits your taste and your patio.
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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