buying guide: find the best outdoor dining set for your backyard, garden, and patio (photos)
From traditional wooden furniture to stylish tables and chairs, the best restaurant will fit your outdoor space without making you feel crowded.
In addition, they should be able to withstand these factors in the changing seasons.
Most importantly, your outdoor dining package should complement your style and preferences.
If you\'re thinking about dining outdoors right now, here are some general things you should be aware.
Consider the best material.
Strong wood and metal such as teak and powder-
Aluminium coated is a popular choice for outdoor dining furniture.
Teak is perfect for elements and is more durable than most other varieties.
Exposed to the sun and rain, teak will also show a shiny glow, aging over time.
Aluminum, on the other hand, is best suited for seasonal use as it is light in weight but still strong and durable, powder-
The version of the coating usually has a range of colors, which makes it suitable for many different outdoor environments.
Similarly, rattan and Wicker are also easy to move, and outdoor chairs made of these materials can usually provide the most comfortable environment due to their tight and comfortable weaving. Decide on size.
The size of the restaurant depends on your outdoor space.
General Bistrostyle sets (
Two chairs, one table)
Small terraces and decks are ideal, so they can be a great choice if you want to create a small corner for relaxation.
Though, if you\'re thinking of dining outdoors, buy a full set of dining packages that can range from four seats to eight depending on how much space you have in your garden/backyard.
Think about the surface.
The wooden table top requires minimal maintenance as it can be easily wiped clean with a little mild soap.
Metal tables will heat up quickly if they are in direct sunlight for a long time, so it\'s better to put them in a shade or under a patio umbrella.
Similarly, the glass table tops are easy to clean and feature in the garden, but their fragile nature means they are best used on covered porches, terraces, or decks.
In addition, their resistance to elements is weak, so they should definitely move indoors during the cold season.
Browse the slides below to see some of our favorite outdoor restaurants on the market right now.
Also, please let us know in the comments below what else you will be looking for in the outdoor dining area.
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