Published at Wednesday, February 20th, 2019 - 07:48:49 AM. Bar Furniture. By Henri Levett.
Since new regulations were made law in 1988 (The Furniture and Furnishings (Fire Safety) regulations 1988) it is very important when purchasing new bar furniture that the correct certification to show that the fabric used has been treated for fire retardancy and that any foam fillings are made of combustion modified foam. The supplier of the bar furniture will be able to supply these. Bar stools are available at bar height to either stand by the bar or to stand alongside tall tables (poseur tables) designed specifically for drinking at rather than for dining. Poseur tables can have single pedestals with one or two table tops at different heights which take up little space and look very attractive when set in a room with other regular height bar furniture. The single poseur tables are available either in turned wood or decorative cast iron.
The first thing to think about is to decide on what material you want to go with. Wood is one of the most common choices, with teak and cedar or pine being the top favorites. While oak is a great looking wood, the fact is, that it tends to splinter outdoors and might leave you or your guests with a few slivers stuck in places you don't want them. Teak is the leader in popularity because it holds up well in the weather and when you buy at the right time and place, it is very affordable. Whatever kind of wood you go with, however, you will want to be sure that you keep it sanded and refinished from season to season; otherwise your furniture may not last as long as you want it to.
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