Published at Thursday, 02 August 2018. Patio Table. By Suzanne Giles.
Now that you have the basics you can really have some fun with decorating the table. Make it tropical with some palm fronds in vases at either end and monkey pod plates. Or go with a casually elegant French look with settings of Aptware crockery on top of unironed white linen. Try a simple look with sprigs if ivy for centerpieces and crisp white plates. The possibilities are truly endless.
Really, patio tables are that piece of furniture that will either make or break your space. Now, you really do not notice them unless there are none, especially if you go to set down a drink or plate during a dinner party only to find out that the ground or deck railing is the only option. This is pretty tacky, but not to worry because that scenario can easily be avoided just by putting a few of these furnishings throughout your space.
When it comes to patio tables that will put up with a lot of use and abuse, iron is where it's at. Once iron is cast or bent into shape, it's staying that way. You can do almost anything to an iron patio table, short of going after it with a blowtorch, and not worry about the repercussions. The only real downside of iron patio furniture is that if the iron is painted, that paint may peel over time, and need a redo. If you want to avoid that, just purchase plain, unpainted, iron.
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