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Top 5 Tips to Select Furniture for Your Garden

By Edited Oct 10, 2016 0 0

Aside from the dazzling interior of your house, garden furniture also reflects your true style. Each item should be epitome of timeless elegance and class because it is from here that your guests will make their way into your home.

Now, garden furniture should be aesthetically pleasant, cozy, comfortable and durable enough to withstand harsh weather conditions. However, that’s not all you need to focus on. If you’re interested in getting garden furniture, here are some handy tips that will guide you.

Do Your Homework First

Set aside a budget first so that your garden furniture doesn’t turn into a costly purchase. However, while expensive deals pay off better, this might not be always the case. Therefore, start with window shopping as it is the key to making astute decisions. Research, inspect and compare well because garden furniture has to bear the brunt of weather damages as well as provide you with value during all seasons. At the same time, you shouldn’t forget about color, size, shapes and styles.

Invest in Quality

Sift through the varieties of construction materials available to find what would suit your lifestyle and city’s weather conditions. For example, materials such as aluminum, plastic and PVC are lightweight, rustproof, require minimum maintenance and easy on the pocket. Steel and wrought iron are sturdy materials and won’t corrode away if maintained and weatherproofed appropriately. Finally, woods such as cypress, redwood, teak and cedar are sturdy and weather resistant only if treated and preserved properly as they require high UV protection.

Don’t Forget to Shade Your Awe-Inspiring Garden Furniture

Shades are most functional when you have invited family and friends over lunch or dinner in the lush outset of your garden. You can choose from a motorized awning, cranked umbrella or fiberglass, or wood roof over the patio. Instead, you may also go for a natural shelter in case there’s big, old tree situated around.

Ensure Maximum Flexibility

Outdoor furniture should be flexible, comfortable and convenient to accommodate needs of every user. So consider flexible furniture pieces like a couch that you can drag into your private living areas for a change. Standalone umbrellas, collapsible and drop-leaf tables, and screens and dividers with added features also offer flexibility.  

Look Out For Sales and Seasonal Items to Cut Cost

You probably didn’t know that you can get good deals at seasonal sales both in terms of quality and quantity. Exclusive furniture pieces can easily be located at amazingly discounted prices and quantity. In case you’re wondering when, Christmas, Black Friday, New Year’s Eve and similar occasions are the best times to hunt for bargains. You can also get a good deal if you hit the stores in a timely fashion i.e. summer selling season between July and August.

So now that you are done furnishing your exteriors, invite friends over or curl up on a couch or bench outdoors to read a book or unwind after along tiring day. 

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