Janina Alison. patio. September 02nd , 2017.
For a rustic (and of course inexpensive) alternative, choose wooden benches. Only make sure they are relatively far away from the fire pit, lest your patio furniture catches fire. With a moderately big patio, the options to play around with are many, but be careful with space requirements and the material, and you are good to go.
Once you select and buy your lawn and garden wooden furniture, ensure maintaining it properly by applying a protective coating of finish. This will keep it from deterioration when exposed to the weather. There are many protective finishes available in the market such as acrylic latex paint, exterior wood stain, and water-repellent preservative. By taking good care of your lawn and garden furniture, you will be able to enjoy the pleasure they provide for many years.
There are many different kinds of wood that can be used for making patio furniture. Types like yew, redwood, rosewood, mahogany, and ebony, have distinctive colors of their own. It is delightful to work with these different colors and churn out highly individualistic patterns. Today, furniture is made with several types of wood, and not just that, they are also blended with metals and glass to add to their look. For example, we have chairs that have metal frames, but only the seats, armrests and the backrests are wooden pieces. We have coffee tables that have highly designed legs, but a top made of glass. Of late, wood is not just used by itself as a medium for making furniture, but it is also being creatively blended with other materials to come up with daring shapes.
Place 5x5 inch tiles at a slight distance from each other, such that they are bordered by the natural grass on all sides.
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