Published at Thursday, 02 August 2018. Patio Table. By Gilda Marquez.
In an age where the time we spend with family and friends is reducing by the week due to external pressures such as work, anything that can provide us with the platform to sit down and spend quality time with our nearest and dearest is considered valuable. Long gone for many are the days where you would have the time to sit down to a meal, and then go out into the garden and play catch with kids. The summers spent with your children in the garden could provide moments that you would cherish for all your days. However, in a society where every second counts, unfortunately we cut time from things that matter the most. That's why being able to watch them enjoy the weather, whilst enjoying your meal at the same time is so important, and hence why patio tables are no longer considered a luxury, but a necessity.
If you want to add a little class to your patio table, you can look into a glass. It always seems nice to have a little bit of a glass touch to a table. A glass table-top is a great way to do this. You can still have a hardy table, made of wood, or iron, but a nice textured glass tabletop softens the entire look. The obvious downside is that glass is glass. It's breakable, and accidents do happen especially if you have a house full of kids in the summer months.
When choosing a patio table, consider the design as much as functionality. It is good if you have an idea of what you need before heading to the furniture store, as you may become confused by the large number of available tables to choose from.
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