A General Outlook of Outdoor Garden Furniture

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With a little bit of landscaping, a few exotic plants, some trendy flooring and a cool set of outdoor garden furniture, you will be able to change the face of your outdoor space. In this article, we are mainly going to concentrate on what to do with your outdoor spaces as far as furniture is concerned, how to choose the most durable weather resistant woods and how to keep your garden furniture looking like new. Here is all that you can go for. Take into account the shape and size of your garden. Make a wise choice.

Garden Benches: Garden benches are perfect for small gardens that cannot accommodate a table and a set of garden chairs. On the contrary, if you own a farmhouse that has a sizeable garden, these benches can make for great wayside seating arrangements. Garden benches are available in wood, concrete as well as metal. Make a choice depending upon the weather conditions in your area.

Porch Swings: Porch swings are a great way to add some amount of chic element to your gardens. Try and arrange the rest of the garden furniture around your swing. This way you will be able to create a space that is useful and a place to relax.

General Outdoor Furniture: These include garden tables and chairs. You can get them in a variety of materials such as plastic, wood, wrought iron or concrete.

Poolside Furniture: Have a swimming pool? Check out some poolside furniture in your nearest furniture superstore. Alternatively, you can check for it online as well. There is huge variety available.

Wooden Materials: Some of the best woods for Borek tuinmeubelen outdoor furniture are mahogany, birch, white oak and teak. Birch is a good choice and relatively inexpensive. Furniture made from birch will last for almost a decade. On the other hand white oak, mahogany and teak are relatively expensive due to two reasons, i.e. non-availability and superior quality.

Furniture made from teak, mahogany and oak, especially teak, may cost you a fortune but will easily last you more than 5 decades, if taken care of properly.

Caring For Your Outdoor Furniture

Take care of a few small things and you will see that your furniture will last you a life time. These are:

  • Covering Your Furniture: Woods like red wood and oak can take rains and hailstorms but teak and mahogany will tend to wear-off. Make sure you cover your furniture while you go out on long vacations.
  • Polishing Your Furniture: Polishing will not only make your furniture weather proof but will also keep termite problems at bay.
  • Painting Your Furniture: Metal garden furniture should be painted edge to edge in order to keep it from rusting and wearing off.