Published at Friday, 03 August 2018. Patio Table. By Millicent Curry.
There are a few considerations you should take when considering patio tables and chairs. You need to think about how many people you regularly entertain. You may want to get a few extra chairs to make sure if you have a full house, you still have enough seating for everyone. With a few chairs on standby, you can have matching chairs to meet all your needs and not have to deal with pulling out any tacky lower quality chairs. You may also be able to find patio tables with removable leaves so you can make the table larger as needed, and keep it quainter for smaller settings.
Patio tables offer homeowners a place to enjoy their porch or patio year round. It wasn't so long ago that the great outdoors could only be enjoyed seasonally, but with today's screened-in patios, covered porches, gazebos and decks, it's not uncommon to find families gathered outside for a meal 365 days a year.
Cast aluminum is another good choice for patio tables. In many respects, the designs can mirror the artistry of wrought iron, but have the added advantage of being lighter and easier to care for, since aluminum doesn't rust.
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