Rattan is a more affordable building material compared to iron and teak. By nature, it is a very tough material. Only with intense heating can it be used as a material for creating furniture. It is flexible enough to take on any shape. Usually, rattan is used with iron, wood or plastic. These materials serve as the solid frame for the cane. The cane is bent over and around these frames, and when cooled, takes on the shape and form of the frame. As rattan is abundantly available, the cost of producing such furniture is low. Hence, it's easier for furniture retailers to make a good profit from such furniture.
You might want to measure off the area you have for furniture and how many pieces of furniture you would like to purchase before you go shopping. This will make the plan and layout much easier. When you do shop for outdoor furniture, stay away from exceptionally low priced furniture. Although these seem like a good buy at first, they're not very durable, and they won't be worth the money you spend on them. Instead, look for furniture that's 100% "kiln dried teak," with no other types of wood included in the furniture's construction.
If you have small children or pets, your furniture might have stains or unpleasant odors. It is therefore more practical to have easy-to-clean furniture that you can wash, wipe, or spray with scented furniture cleaners. Needless to say, your patio floor should also come in easy-to-clean weather-proof material in warm colors that blend with your furniture. Think of dressing up your patio as an enjoyable way of expressing your preferred lifestyle. It is an extension of your personality, your moods, your favorite relaxation area, and pleasant getaway from a hectic working day, so express yourself.
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