When the weather gets warmer, the courtyard and terrace will become your leisure places. Firstly, they increase your overall available space. Secondly, these places can bring you relaxation and more fun. At this time, you may need to buy some outdoor furniture. The steps of buying outdoor furniture are almost the same as those of buying indoor furniture, but there are other precautions.
Is the weather hot and dry there? Or cool and humid? All these are important questions to answer before choosing outdoor furniture. That's why? Hot, dry conditions may break wood; In a cool and humid environment, steel will oxidize and rust for a long time. You have to understand the properties of these materials, otherwise they will consume quickly.
Now many products change materials in order to lower the price. Generally speaking, aluminum is more expensive than iron, but the stability of aluminum material is the best in complex weather changes. Therefore, when you choose outdoor furniture, you should not only focus on the price, but also pay more attention to whether the material of the product can withstand the test of the weather.
You need to think about how much space there is and what the shape is. Is it a narrow balcony or a wide terrace? Make sure there is enough space around your furniture to walk comfortably. When you determine these, you also need to know the shape and size of your furniture and whether you can enter your balcony or terrace through the door of your room.
In a small space, the dining table may be better than the ordinary dining table, because the dining table is narrow and the stool takes up less space than the chair. You can also look at the tables and chairs in cafes or pubs, because their overall floor area is small.
Is your terrace exposed to the sun? Will your furniture be placed on soft grass or on a hard surface, such as a wooden deck or paved terrace? With these questions, it can help you choose furniture that is more suitable for you.
Do not place pine and other cork furniture on the soft turf surface and exposed places. The moisture on the ground will lead to wood decay and some metal corrosion. If there is too much sunshine, consider using an outdoor sunshade.