Fur­ni­ture (Out­door)

Out­door fur­ni­ture needs to with­stand ex­po­sure to the el­e­ments with­out de­te­ri­o­rat­ing in con­di­tion, re­tain­ing its qual­ity and colour.

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Light ma­te­ri­als like plas­tic are easy to man­age but can be blown about by gusts of strong wind, while wrought iron fur­ni­ture is very last­ing though some care needs to be taken against rust, but they’re not as ver­sa­tile in the sense that they are harder to move around. Wooden fur­ni­ture should not be placed on grass, as pro­longed damp­ness can in­duce rot. Ex­cit­ing de­vel­op­ments in out­door fur­ni­ture in­clude the de­vel­op­ment of new ma­te­ri­als which are de­signed to solve the down­side of con­ven­tional ma­te­ri­als while re­tain­ing the de­sired aes­thet­ics. Some of these even look good enough to be placed in­doors.

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