Published at Friday, 03 August 2018. Patio Table. By Millicent Curry.
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.
Wrought iron is also easy to maintain. With the new powder coatings, they usually will stay rust free for years, and if they do get a bit of rust on them, simply use some steel wool or sandpaper to remove it, then repaint the spot with a matching paint from the hardware store.
Choose from tables crafted from various woods from alder and cypress to pine and teak. Some are available in a wide variety of colors and finishes to fit your personal style. And others, such as those made of teak, are better left in their natural state to lend a classic look to your patio as they weather and fade in the elements unless you maintain them with protector to keep their original hue.
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