Published at Friday, February 22nd, 2019 - 02:29:15 AM. Bar Furniture. By Henri Levett.
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.
Another tip with wooden patio bar furniture is to make sure that the screws holding the pieces together are either stainless steel or brass. There are few things that look worse than rust stains creeping down the sides of your bar set when you are trying to make a good impression on your guests. If you are not the wood patio furniture type of person, then another choice would be stainless steel in that kind of retro mid-century modern look. You can find some great bar sets in this classic material; you just need to make sure that you have the right kind of furniture covers to keep your set looking great. Left out in the elements throughout winter your beautiful and chic stainless steel patio bar set will be looking like it belongs in the dump if you don't cover it during the winter months.
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