Published at Sunday, August 12th 2018. by Elisa Glover in Patio Table.
Nothing could be a finer example than patio tables. It's hard to imagine that today's gorgeous and luxurious patio tables have anything even remotely in common with their picnic table ancestors.
When purchasing patio tables, the most important thing that you need to keep in mind is to get ones that are crafted out of top quality materials. Some of the nicer options include synthetic materials like thick plastic or recycled plastic along with durable woods including Meranti Mahogany, Northern White Cedar, Teak, and Southern Cypress. Each is very sturdy and would stand up well under the elements unlike the cheaper alternatives that would break down and then have to be replaced sooner rather than later. What is also a nice feature of these materials is that they are available in a number of eye-catching colors and finishes, which is great since it allows you to put a personal spin on your deck, porch, or patio area.
Teak tables come in all sizes these days, from smaller pub tables for two or four people to magnificent tables that will seat six, eight or even 12. Because teak is such a great wood for tables, you never have to worry about the table warping or cracking on you. Over time, it will start to turn a lovely shade of silvery-gray. It's easy enough to restore the color with a little Danish oil if you prefer to keep it in its original honey color.
Iron patio furniture makes a patio look great. Iron patio furniture is the best type of patio furniture because it is very durable and lasts for a very long time. It is also very affordable as well as very sturdy. A person has quite a few options when it comes to wrought iron patio furniture.
Once you find the kinds of patio tables that will work for your needs, you need to select the right umbrella. Figure out how much shade you will need, and look for an umbrella that can offer that coverage. A general rule of thumb is if you have a patio table that is up to 30 inches wide, you need a 6-foot umbrella. A 7-foot umbrella will cover a table up to 36 inches. If you have a larger table, up to 48 inches, you need to look for a 9-foot umbrella, to assure the right amount of shade. If you are considering backyard dining, and have an exceptionally large table (up to 72 inches,) you will need a major umbrella of 11-foot in diameter.
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