By Lisette Vallotton. Patio Chairs. Published at Sunday, April 08th, 2018 - 11:52:17 AM.
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!
There are hundreds of plastic patio chairs being sold today. They come in a variety of styles, patterns and colors. The following are just a handful of what can be found in your local big box store, specialty store or on the internet. Plastic Adirondack chairs are a great alternative to the real wood Adirondack chairs. They are weather resistant and low maintenance. They do not have to be treated like real wood Adirondack chairs. And because they are so affordable, they can be easily replaced.
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.
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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