Published at Thursday, July 26th 2018. by Nichole Doyle in Patio Table.
While you may recall the old tables, either hand sawed wood crafted into rustic benches and tables or tables made of flimsy PVC plastic, the patio tables you find on the market now are the result of superior design and fine craftsmanship. What's more, they can handle the elements, whether you're snow bound for part of the year or endure the tepid heat of the deserts of Arizona.
Before finalizing the purchase of your patio tables, you need to go out into your yard where the table will be sitting. Bring a chair out from the house and take a seat. What do you notice? Is there a lot of sunlight, making your squint? That could make for very uncomfortable times at the table as you are sitting in the beating sun. Repeat this exercise a few times during the day, so you get a feel for how the backyard environment will impact any patio tables you buy.
Finally, kids are fond with colors so you can choose from patio table and chairs composed with colorful parts. This will not only let them enjoy each others' company and the food but can also be a good tool for you to stimulate their minds. During regular days, you can use these tables to train your kid identify different colors and help him develop his creativity and imagination.
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.
In an age where the time we spend with family and friends is reducing by the week due to external pressures such as work, anything that can provide us with the platform to sit down and spend quality time with our nearest and dearest is considered valuable. Long gone for many are the days where you would have the time to sit down to a meal, and then go out into the garden and play catch with kids. The summers spent with your children in the garden could provide moments that you would cherish for all your days. However, in a society where every second counts, unfortunately we cut time from things that matter the most. That's why being able to watch them enjoy the weather, whilst enjoying your meal at the same time is so important, and hence why patio tables are no longer considered a luxury, but a necessity.
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