Patio. Thursday , January 18th , 2018 - 17:37:40 PM
Ideas and Tips For smaller spaces, patio furniture may be limited to just a few pieces instead of the bevy of choices that are available for those with bigger space. The key is to choose the right pieces to make use of the small space. Since this area of the house is usually exposed to the outdoor elements, one tip is to choose pieces that can actually withstand exposure to these elements. The usual elements are the heat and glare of the sun, rain, snow and the wind. Some of these areas are not actually without roofs but they are open, therefore exposing them to the elements just the same. Choosing hardy and sturdy pieces which were made to withstand exposure to the elements will ensure that they last long and can be used well enough without fear of them deteriorating or being damaged too quickly. Some of the patio furniture available for sale requires foam mattress cushions for it to be used comfortably. Most of these additions have pillowcases made from a sturdy fabric that can handle exposure to the elements. Some may not be made from this special fabric, which is why it is a good idea to check out what kind of fabric is being used for the cases for the cushions and mattresses.
The first patio furniture I purchased came with an octagon table and 4 chairs. Within a very short time, I realized that I couldn’t seat enough people for my needs. I could use two other chairs that I purchased with the set, but how could I get them around this table? I ended up making a round top to go over the octagon table top that would give me the expansion I needed. Now, I have to use a table cloth to make the round top work. While this solution has worked out OK, but, I should have thought through this further.
Sometimes, you might need multiple pieces to accomplish your needs. As an example, I have a screened porch attached to my home where the hot tub, grille and dining takes place. I also have a gazebo and dock down at the lake where I also entertain and need seating and table options there as well. My biggest challenge was how to balance the two areas. While the two areas are far enough apart that the patio furniture would not have to match, I did want some continuity so that there was not a stark difference between the two areas but yet, I didn’t want them to be identical.
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