Published at Sunday, April 15th, 2018 - 18:04:05 PM. Patio Chairs. By Paulin Battier.
If your patio chairs tend to get year-round use, consider wicker or wood, perhaps with a seat cushion for comfort. These tend to be a little heavier and less mobile, so you'll want to place these where they don't have to be moved around a lot. If you have a backyard firepit or fireplace, this type of patio chair makes for fabulous seating, especially if hot dog sticks are handy!
Some types of wood are more weather-resistant than others, though all of them tend to be more expensive than more common types of wood. Teak is a good option, as is cypress. Both of these are slow-growing hardwoods, and their price reflects it. Cedar can be a less expensive option than teak or cypress-just realize that you'll have to refinish it a little more often. Wooden patio chairs can be built from any type of wood, of course. So long as a good, sturdy finish is applied, oak, pine or redwood make wonderful patio chairs, especially if you live away from a marine environment.
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