Published at Thursday, 02 August 2018. Patio Table. By Millicent Curry.
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.
When you first go shopping for patio tables and chairs you may be taken back by the price. It may seem those well-made patio tables and chairs are a major expense and are going to make a hard hit to your pocket book. But there are some things you need to keep in mind as you make this purchase. Instead of being like those old molded patio tables and chairs that you had to regularly replace as they cracked and broke in the sun, these patio tables and chairs will last for years and years to come. They may be a bigger expense up front, but better quality patio tables and chairs are worth it in the long run.
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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