Published at Thursday, 02 August 2018. Patio Table. By Millicent Curry.
While you may recall the old tables, either hand sawed wood crafted into rustic benches and tables or tables made of flimsy PVC plastic, the patio tables you find on the market now are the result of superior design and fine craftsmanship. What's more, they can handle the elements, whether you're snow bound for part of the year or endure the tepid heat of the deserts of Arizona.
Teak tables come in all sizes these days, from smaller pub tables for two or four people to magnificent tables that will seat six, eight or even 12. Because teak is such a great wood for tables, you never have to worry about the table warping or cracking on you. Over time, it will start to turn a lovely shade of silvery-gray. It's easy enough to restore the color with a little Danish oil if you prefer to keep it in its original honey color.
Do you enjoy bringing groups together and throwing a party on the patio? You might consider buying a collection of smaller patio tables and outfitting the place like a pub or café. These smaller patio tables are easier to pick up and rearrange than a large boarding house-style picnic table.
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