Outdoor and Garden tables
The need for outdoor and garden tables is felt in the summer months when you want to enjoy the weather outdoors. By placing patio tables outside, you can extend your drawing room into your garden. Garden tables are specifically designed for outdoor use and are made out of weather-resistant material.
Construction of Garden Tables
- Wooden tables: Wooden tables are made out of weather-treated lumber boards. A popular choice amongst patio furniture shoppers, these tables are usually available in teak, eucalyptus and shorea.
- Plastic and Resin tables: Blow moulded plastic tables are lighter, stronger, and quite inexpensive. They require no maintenance and are very durable.
- Metal tables: Seen frequently in public parks, these durable metal tables are heavy but durable. Sometimes, they are fixed into concrete pads.
- Stone or concrete tables: Priced higher than tables of other material, stone tables are often immobile as they are fixed into concrete pads.
- Wicker tables: Wicker is made of woven,fibre, a material that is hardy enough for making baskets and furniture. Originally, wicker was made of plant fibre from the cores of cane of rattan stalks, reed and bamboo that require some maintenance to keep it long. However now, synthetic material including paper-wrapped high tensile wire and plastic or resin is also used.
- Wrought iron tables: They are made of an iron, alloy having low carbon content as compared to steel.
Common Types of Outdoor Garden Tables
- Coffee & End Tables: Simply add coffee tables and end tables between your outdoor chairs and make conversations in your summer garden all the more cosy and compelling. Coffee tables come in varied shapes and heights and you might want to pick the one that is just right for you.
- Dining Tables: These dining tables are convenient when you invite friends over for a meal. Folding dining tables can be stacked indoors when not in use.
- Picnic Tables: This is distinct from the regular dining tables in that it has attached benches. They are usually fixed in a concrete pad and hence, immobile.
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