Published at Friday, August 03rd 2018. by Olga Rivas in Patio Table.
You may come to the decision that patio tables with umbrellas are the way to go. Not only are they helpful to reduce the sun beating down on you, but if your patio table is going to be set under a tree, they will stop the dropping leaves or pine needles from ending up in your food and drink.
Generations of families have used patios for cooking and eating. No doubt you'll want to continue this tradition when you outfit your patio. The right patio tables are essential for making this space work for you.
A growing design trend invites us to treat the spaces outside our homes as outdoor rooms. When we do this, we gain living space for our personal pleasure and outdoor entertaining. Outdoor kitchens, fireplaces, and even flatscreen TVs are popular additions to the covered and open spaces at our homes.
You are going to need a large table to comfortably accommodate at least six to eight people. A ten foot patio table is a nearly perfect addition for any sort of dinner party that you are hoping to hold outdoors. With plenty of length and ample space for all of your guests to have just the right amount of elbow-room, you are never going to long for additional dining furnishings. Choosing a sturdy table that will endure the elements is also important. With that being said your best bet is one made of teak which has inherent properties to resist rot, and water. Another option is responsibly harvested redwood. The craftsmanship of a table, which happens to be made from incredible redwood that is over one hundred years old, is sure to last you for years and years worth of memorable meals with all of your friends and relatives.
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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