Published at Friday, 03 August 2018. Patio Table. By Millicent Curry.
Besides dining in your patio room, many people decide to treat this space like an outdoor lounge. If you want to do this, you'll find suites of outdoor furniture-sofas, sectionals, easy chairs, chaises, and loveseats-upholstered in outdoor fabrics that stand up to bright sun, and framed in outdoor-friendly all-weather wicker, aluminum, teak, and wrought iron.
One of the great things about patio tables is you can mix and match them. You can select a singular look, say built around a specific design or material, and add specific pieces to your outdoor areas, such as a large dining table on the deck, a matching bistro table and smaller accent tables near the chairs or chaises.
For instance, you may find that aluminum or wrought iron will make a lovely addition to your patio. Many of these tables have fine detailing to make them elegant and sophisticated, harkening back to the turn of the 19th century. Others are more fashion forward, particularly ones made of aluminum. If you live in an area that has occasional high winds, you'll find wrought iron a great choice, since it is heavier and far less prone to blowing around or over, even in a heavy wind.
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