Published at Monday, April 09th, 2018 - 11:24:38 AM. 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.
Patio Chair Covers are generally used for chairs left in the open. Still, the covers need not be dull, but can be colorfully designed ones. Use fabric paints, sponge brushes or paint pens to create unique motifs to coordinate with the décor of the patio. Stitch the covers yourself or use premade ones whatever size and shape of chair for that extra vibrancy. For fitted covers, Velcro fastening systems could be used to protect them from getting blown away.
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