Now that the sunny days are there, the garden becomes a privileged space where we like to settle. And to make the most of it, garden furniture comes into play! But both in the choice of outdoor furniture and in its maintenance, there are some mistakes to avoid.
Do not throw away your garden furniture
If you already have a garden furniture purchased in previous years, there is no need to change it. Indeed, your furniture can not only be restored if it is damaged but it can also change its look by using new colors for example. So, be aware that you can easily give new life to wooden or metal furniture and that the woven resin does not normally stand the test of time.
Do not go to any furniture
To furnish the garden, you have the choice! There are not only more and more complete lounges but also tables for lunches or bars for cocktails. Also, think first about your needs and your habits in the garden. If you like to bask in the sun, choose a deckchair or a garden furniture, if you have lunch all the time outside, plan a table and practical chairs and finally, if you organize evenings outside, bet instead on a garden bar.
Do not neglect the style of the furniture
In the garden too we put on a decorative style! The different garden furniture materials are sure to give very different styles. We will bet on woven resin for a design style, on wood for a natural spirit or on very colorful plastic furniture for a pop atmosphere. Do not hesitate to include your garden furniture in a decorative program that includes your entire terrace or garden while also thinking of the accessories that you will use.
Don't settle for the basics
If some garden furniture is almost essential, others seem less important but will still bring a lot of style to the garden! Thus, you can offer yourself a hammock or a swing for relaxation, a trolley to decorate your aperitifs or even an outdoor kitchen to live entirely outside. Likewise, there are some beds to be installed outside to enjoy the sun during the day and the stars at night. Find all the mistakes to avoid in your garden.