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Published on: 07 Nov 2016 by sophia-addison
Outdoor living spaces are all the rage, and how you design your space is completely dependent on what purpose the space will serve, as well as what visual aesthetic you are attracted to. No matter what look you are going for there will be some factors that will be universal considerations for anyone looking to create a space that will withstand the elements and last for more than a single season. Though the first consideration is likely going to revolve around achieving a particular look, the next will likely be about comfort and durability, and then you are sure to begin thinking about the value a piece serves for the money you are investing. How long wills the piece last? How well will it wear and what is it going to cost to keep it looking fantastic.
Teak furniture is one of the most popular choices for those creating outdoor spaces. The natural wood look can be used to create a natural space full of plants, flowers and pathways that surround a seating area. A whimsical look is easy to achieve when using teak furniture accented with a variety of colorful pillows and accents such as garden gnomes and wind chimes. For a cleaner and more sophisticated look one can build a small fountain or include a koi pond as the centerpiece of the sitting area surrounded by beautiful and comfortable teak Adirondack chairs and small side tables. Or one can use a teak garden bench to bring things into a more romantic and renaissance look. Another popular addition to this choice is twinkle lights in the trees and glistening water features with built in lighting. Whether you prefer fire pits, or water fountains, your seating space will be suited to your vision whether you are seeking individual relaxation or entertainment space suitable for a wedding party.
Plastic garden furniture gets brittle quickly when exposed to the sun, looks cheap and is often completely uncomfortable. Making an investment in real garden or outdoor space furniture is a far more appealing option. Teak furniture is very long lasting with some of the best natural weather resistant properties. Teak furniture has a natural resistance to bugs, molds and even resists sun damage when treated properly. When you have chosen your pieces and have created the perfect outdoor escape, be sure to care for your plants and furnishings properly to get the most for the energy you have put into it. Try keeping a regular watering, feeding and weeding schedule and educate yourself on how to refinish your wood furnishings yearly to keep them looking as good as new even under the most damaging sun lit areas.
Look for teak furniture locally that you can actually see in person before you order so you know exactly what you are buying. Each piece will have a unique and dynamic character of its’ own due to the natural markings in the wood. Your space is all about what you like.