By Quentin Bousquet. Patio Dining Sets. Published at Sunday, April 01st, 2018 - 16:47:43 PM.
There may be no more recognizable patio furniture than wicker dining sets. Think about any gracious home that you might see depicted in a magazine, with a beautifully landscaped backyard and a sweeping porch that is just meant to be used for entertaining. What type of furniture will you see in this setting? Why, wicker dining sets, of course!
Wood is great looking, and very durable. It is no surprise that a lot of outdoor furniture made of wood, considering it is charm and practicality as a construction material. If wood conjures mental pictures of your dad's old pine do-it-yourself picnic table, or your mom's rattan patio tables, and how quickly they fell apart when exposed to the elements, think again. There are many excellent, beautiful hardwoods that can make an excellent building material.
Contemporary designs answer the demand for more modish balcony dining sets that would be thematically similar to the design of a modern house. Manufacturers began utilizing aluminum and plastic or acrylic in creating patio furniture which are now being used in a lot of outdoor dining sets. The reason that some manufactures have started using aluminum and plastic or acrylic materials is because of its lightweight and proven to be resilient to the ruthless outdoor environment. These kinds of materials can also be easily manipulated into all types of forms that intricate chic designs. The longevity of these materials also depends upon the manner of maintenance applied to them. Regular staining or painting of wood dining sets would surely preserve the integrity of the furniture, but a gentle wipe down with damp cloth soaked in mild soap to the wicker and acrylic made sets would do the trick. Aluminum sets would only require occasional maintenance. Whatever patio set you would decide on, the market today has a wide array of designs and styles to cater to your every need.
A lot of patio chairs, especially wrought iron and other metals, come with attachable cushions to add an extra measure of comfort to the necessary hard yet durable frames. Even if a chair doesn't automatically come with one, you're able to buy cushions for almost any patio seating. These cushions are stuffed with polyfill and their covers are tough, rip-proof and waterproof. They can either cover the length of the chair from headrest to seat, or simple the seat only. Typically, they tie to the backs of chairs, or some other easy to remove method so that cushions can be cleaned separately from the rest of the chair. Also, like indoor furniture cushions, they come in countless colors and prints and can really make your outdoor décor pop.
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