Aluminum is often used commercially because it's so easy to maintain, light-weight and tough. Hotels, public pools, restaurants, resorts, and other types of businesses that deal with the public often use aluminum patio furniture for their outdoor patios. Aluminum is a very much lighter metal than wrought iron so if you will frequently need to move your furniture, aluminum may be a better choice. Most if not all outdoor bars and bistros will quite definitely choose aluminum furniture because of its weight & maintenance cost. Aluminum furniture can be a bit pricey for some people but the cost is negligible over time as aluminum patio furniture will last for a long time.
Teak wood is not just for high-end patio furniture. It can also be for shipbuilding, door and window frames, wharves, bridges, flooring, paneling, and Venetian blinds. Teak refers specifically to the wood and its characteristic color, which ranges from olive to yellowish gray or light brown. Teak furniture dates back prior to the 19th century. The Chinese exported Teak to Europe.
Don't let the creative juices stop there. There are hundreds of patio furnishing styles and designs. Your imagination can run wild. Not only can you decorate your patio with furniture, but you can add plants, wall hangings (for enclosed patios), and any number of creative pieces. If you really want to create a home away from home feel in an enclosed patio, decorating with an area rug would be your best bet. Area rugs can be woven or braided and can help keep your feet warm if your patio floor is made of concrete. Not only are they useful, they are beautiful as well. No matter what your theme your patio, there is an area rug waiting to become a permanent part of your outdoor haven.
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