With these considerations, one furniture material that is very ideal for outdoor applications is rattan. Rattan is one of the most durable and long lasting natural materials used in furniture making. Although, rattan is a little expensive, it lasts long and is very easy to maintain and clean. Rattan also has a natural appearance that goes perfectly with the natural environment that patios offer. Moreover, rattan patio furniture offers an aura of relaxation and elegance that no other outdoor furniture can offer. To top it all, when rattan wears off its luster because of environmental exposure, it can be conveniently revived by applying lacquer or varnish.
Patio furniture made of wood is quite versatile. With or without cushions is how wood patio furniture is used. There are many different types of wood frames to choose. Here are most types of wood used for patio furniture: pine, oak, cypress, teak, mahogany, cedar, maple, birch and beech, as well as a number of exotic hardwoods. You can paint, oil or stain wood. Some wood like teak can be almost carefree if you allow it to weather to a beautiful silver-grey color. You must re-oil, re-stain or repaint your wood patio furniture from time to time.
Patio furniture isn't just chairs and tables. You can spend a lavish amount of time deciding on whether you want tables, chairs, ottomans, settees, daybeds, side tables, side boards, rockers or loungers. With all the pieces of patio furniture to choose from you will have a blast decorating to your style. When deciding on the type of fabric you would like to envelope your patio furniture with, you will want to keep in mind the amount of wear, from use and outdoor exposure, your furniture will endure. Your outdoor patio furniture should be sheathed with fade resistant all weather fabric.
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