We’ve all been there—the lawn, pool, or patio party so crammed with furniture it feels like you’re navigating in a space capsule or corn maze. The outdoors means gracious space, and too much furniture defeats the purpose. Here are three things to think about when you’re looking for patio furniture to fit your needs.
This option would fit comfortably in a space with a minimum of 50 square feet. Homall
How much space you have on your patio, deck, porch or lawn will determine the type and size of the outdoor furniture set that works best for you. Consider space needed for easy walking and moving around (2 to 3 feet between pieces) so your patio doesn’t feel cramped. Folding furniture can be a great option for small patios.
High Weight Capacity
This choice offers a number of arrangement options to suit your use and space. Devoko
A patio furniture set designed for relaxed sunsets or lazy afternoon reading or sunning will look different from that supporting a more active purpose such as dining or entertaining. One might call for Adirondack chairs and hammocks, while a more active arrangement would favor a dining and congregating arrangement, and possibly a firepit. Regardless, factor in sun and wind protection and lighting as you furnish your outdoor space.
Great for Families
This produce features a sturdy steel construction, with a rattan wicker covering that can stay out year-round. Cushions have removable covers that can be laundered at home. PAMAPIC
By definition, outdoor furniture ought to be waterproof and UV resistant, and should be constructed with sturdy materials that won’t easily rust or fade. It should be easy to keep clean. Consider covering it while not in use to further protect it and extend its life.