Published at Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 - 16:46:07 PM. Patio Chairs. By Florence Simon.
But if you're not insistent on wood, there are many other materials available today that make outstanding patio chairs. If space is a real issue, consider patio chairs that stack or fold up. When not in use these can take up minimal space in a corner of your veranda, in a storage area, or against the back of your house. Stacking patio chairs can be made of plastic, aluminum, wicker, teak, and more. Folding chairs can be made of these same materials, or the frame can be built of the stronger material, with a seat and back of strong fabric, like canvas or ripstop nylon. If you live in an area where your patio chairs tend to get put away for the winter, the lighter materials work just fine.
The Patio Chair Cover fabrics decide the design and usage. The Chair Covers could cover the entire chair or just the cushion and headrest. If patio chairs are left in the open, then mesh fabric that does not hold water is the ideal choice. The disadvantage of this fabric is that one has to be satisfied with dull, practical gray. For a brighter, softer and richer look, select vinyl fabric, adding the touch of luxury to the patio. Available in different colors such as green, blue, navy or orange, in heavy-duty vinyl or the nylon used to make tents. Another fabric for Patio Chair Covers is Gore-Tex, available by the yard, but it is expensive and the seams have to be sealed to make it totally waterproof. If chairs are left under a covered patio then fabric could be cotton, nets or just throws. The idea is to protect patio chairs so that one need not purchase a new set every season.
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