By Quentin Bousquet. Patio Chairs. Published at Sunday, April 08th, 2018 - 12:57:54 PM.
Want to task a designing risk with your patio chairs then shop around for an assortment of patio chairs that reflect character and personality not only of the patio but of certain interior and exterior features of the house. Add to or take away from your patio chairs based on their popularity. Invite guests to give their best comfort ratings.
Patio chairs are a fabulous way to expand your living space. Outdoors-and sometimes indoors-patio chairs can host spirited discussions or afternoon naps. Even if you have a small outdoor space, like an apartment patio or deck, patio chairs can stay out there on standby for the next time you need extra seating. Before you run out and buy whatever's on sale, though, stop and think for a moment about the climate where you live. If you're within about sixty miles of a coastal area, be sure to look for weather-resistant material like plastic, fiberglass or aluminum.
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.
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.
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