Published at Thursday, 02 August 2018. Patio Table. By Gilda Marquez.
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.
Wood patio tables are a favorite for those who like their backyard to look like a park, or a nature preserve. Wood blends in perfectly and may even take you back to those days of camping. Wood patio tables are sturdy, and can handle even the roughest of kids bounding around on them. On the con side, wood will only look good for so long. After a few years, the outdoor environment will likely start to take it's toll on the wood, and you may start to notice cracks and other effects of weathering.
Most of these tables have matching chairs. You don't have to buy the chairs, though. Some people like using a mix of their old chairs around a patio table. This style is actually getting more popular today with the advent of shabby chic designs, where people incorporate new furniture with old refurbished ones.
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