In small and large gardens, you can not only work and admire your own hands but also spend most of your free time. And in order to cozily and comfortably spend time at the summer cottage, it is necessary to purchase garden furniture.
There are two main types of garden furniture: ordinary and folding.
Ordinary furniture is in the garden all summer, sometimes you only need to clean pillows at night. In winter, most ordinary tables and chairs remain in the garden, although lighter plastic furniture can be added to the barn or garage. In the courtyard, of course, preserved wooden benches on a brick basis, chests and other hanging furniture, as well as heavy cast-iron chairs.
If there is little space in the suburban area or furniture is not used regularly, the folding furniture is preferable. In this case, chaise lounges are traditionally used, but recently the most popular are metal folding chairs and folding beds.
Usually, they start by buying a sufficient number of folding chairs and armchairs for the whole family, then purchase a set of garden furniture (a table, chairs and, in addition to them, an umbrella). As a rule, they buy finished furniture; Homemade tables and chairs are much less popular.
Nowadays, there is no need to limit yourself to buying sun loungers and a folding table. Today there is garden furniture for every taste and at any price. You can relax on the cozy pillows of a folding bed with a built-in umbrella from the sun, with a folding footrest and a removable table with a stand for a glass.
How to choose Chair & bench?
Currently, the biggest problem when buying garden furniture is deciding what to buy. Shops and catalogs offer a varied selection, and every year new trends appear in fashion, so your chairs, bought just a few years ago, already seem old-fashioned. Before buying something, try to answer the questions below – you will find that not many types of furniture are suitable for your needs.
How much money can I afford to spend?
Buying garden furniture at discounted prices is sometimes not bad, but for the most part, it will last a year or two. The golden rule: first choose building material that you can afford, and then choose high-quality garden furniture from this material.