Outdoor friendly materials are what makes some products suitable for the outdoors while others can only be kept inside. Various processes and materials give outdoor furniture and decor durability and weather resistant appeal. These processes have evolved to make outdoor materials and furniture both durable and attractive.
Ever think about all the abuse from the elements outdoor pillows, seat cushions and umbrellas suffer? Between the sun, rain and everything weather event in-between, fabrics made for outdoor use are designed to withstand the elements, keeping your newly designed patio or outdoor area fresh for all the parties that will be held. Synthetic fibers used in these fabrics are designed to bead water, resist stains and maintain their color. Even though the fabrics are designed to withstand the elements, you can lengthen the lifespan of such materials by covering the furniture and storing the cushions and pillows when not in use and avoid prolonged exposure to rain or sun.
Outdoor drink and dinnerware made of acrylic and melamine provide much of the same great style as their glass counterparts without the break-ability. A nice set of acrylic drink and melamine dinnerware will keep your outdoor entertaining safe and fun throughout the evening. Mix and match different patterns and colors of drink and dinnerware to add an extra zing to outdoor entertaining.
Wicker may be the traditional material for outdoor furniture, but this new generation of synthetic wickers and rattans is not your grandmother’s porch furniture. All-weather chairs and tables are woven of synthetic rattan or wicker over durable, rust resistant frames, making them durable and easy to clean. This approach offers the flexibility to incorporate a woven look into furniture of all styles – from traditional to global, modern to whimsical – without sacrificing durability and longevity.
Creating an outdoor entertaining area has never been more enjoyable with the new technology in outdoor furniture and fabrics. Spend time in a comfortable and stylish area.