The Top Materials for Outdoor Furniture
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The Top Materials for Outdoor Furniture

The Top Materials for Outdoor Furniture

While buying new furniture can be both fun and exciting at the same time, another thing it could be is perfectly daunting if you don’t know much about materials or what can be sustained for longer periods in or outside of your home. Well buying furniture for the interior of your home might be a lot easier as this will require of you to only focus on simple things such as the colour schemes of the rooms in your house, when it comes to finding furniture for those special spaces outside, there are a few more things to take into consideration.

 

It all starts with the material and whether or not the environment you live in will be able to sustain it. For instance, if you’re lucky enough to live by the ocean, you need to think about which materials to incorporate into your home as the levels of salt in the air will cause your windows and certain materials to rust. While resisting salty air is just one example, another is the unpredictable weather furniture gets exposed to.

 

All in all, there are a few factors to consider when it comes to choosing furniture and the right material for your outdoor setting.

 

Choosing materials that will last outdoors

 

Aluminium

 

As a material that serves as a perfect choice for your house at the beach, Aluminium might be a bit pricey but is definitely worth the investment. It’s also quite lightweight which will allow you to store and move it around easily. It also doesn’t require much care and will resist any moisture damage, rust and whatever the weather may bring. If you would like to clean this type of furniture every once in a while, then your best bet is to use either mineral oil or wax. This will also allow for optimal protection.

 

 

Steel

 

As an incredibly durable material, steel is also considered to be an excellent investment that requires minimal maintenance. It is also very resistant to damage. In case of any scratches or damage, however, it needs to be treated immediately. One can also apply a protective finish to ensure it stays in tip-top shape.

 

 

 

Plastic

 

Now, if you’ve had a big backyard or garden for a while and your passionate about being outdoors, you probably guessed that plastic is the obvious choice for outdoor furniture as it tends to be quite budget-friendly, requires nearly no maintenance, is resistant to moisture, doesn’t need a regular maintenance plan and is fun to play with as it comes in many different vibrant colours.

 

Wood

 

Want to make your outdoor space more ‘outdoor’ and in tune with nature? Why not opt for a natural material such as wood? For those who want to go crazy with this idea, why not choose teak furniture which needs next to no maintenance and pretty much lasts forever? Definitely one of the best choices to amplify your outdoor space.

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