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.
If you have a nice backyard, your patio furniture may come in handy when you entertain friends with a barbecue. They can lounge around for chats, and have drinks while you grill your kebabs, hotdogs, or spare ribs. Judging from the size of your party, you should be ready with enough chairs, sofas, settees, or divans in easy-to-maintain covers such as washable cotton fabric or leatherette. Cleaning up after the party would not be a hassle if your patio furniture are easy to maintain. You should inspect these beforehand, to see if they are in good condition without cracks or splinters.
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.
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