Eglantine Léveillé. Patio. January 08th , 2018.
Picture a scene when you enter a friend’s flat. The is bare except for a used plate, and the dining chairs scattered around aimlessly. A piece of clothing lying on the dirty looking rug, and a bare look accentuated by a couple of poorly polished cane chairs. A centre table that looks like it came straight from a garage sale. What comes to mind? A bachelor’s pad, no doubt, and one who is not too concerned about the way he lives. If this is the way he keeps the furniture in his home, this is probably how he will treat all who come in contact with him- a casual, laid back attitude that whatever is, goes. Neatness is the last thing I’m bothered about. Let me live my life- others don’t really matter.
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.
Most of these tables have matching chairs. You don’t have to buy the chairs, though. Some people like using a mix of their old chairs around a patio table. This style is actually getting more popular today with the advent of shabby chic designs, where people incorporate new furniture with old refurbished ones.
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