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The material chosen for the luxury outdoor furnitureis one of the main factors to be considered. That's because they must combine comfort and durability. See below the most indicated.

Teak Wood – Wood is a cosy material. However, it needs to be treated to be taken outside. Therefore, before opting for wooden furniture, check if it is already processed at the factory. Otherwise, you can apply an acrylic layer on the furniture, leaving it more prepared and resistant to the weather.

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Among the most common types of wood, teak is the most beautiful material and highly resilient. For your garden, the luxury teak garden sofawill be an ideal choice.

Rattan synthetic furniture – Fibers, whether natural or artificial, are very welcome in outdoor furniture. They give a rustic and elegant touch to space, standing out for its well-elaborated plots. Synthetics are generally produced in plastic. But have similar beauty, with the advantage of being more resistant and offering more exceptional durability to climate change. Buy premium rattan furnitureonline at affordable prices, now.

Aluminium

Light and malleable, aluminium has become one of the most sought after options in outdoor furniture. It does not require much care in its maintenance and is easy to combine with different decorative styles. Prefer aluminium in its natural colour, as stains can fade with the actions of time. Get your luxury garden furniture saleonline at affordable prices.

Always use appropriate fabrics.

Furniture for outdoor environments such as luxury garden benches, it must have a fabric that is resistant to the sun. And that has quick drying quality. Synthetic materials, vinyl and nautical leather are the most used in the outdoor area.

It is because usually, these types of fabrics have UV stabilizers, which resist the fading provided by the sun and repel water, avoiding immersion in the fibres and promoting a quick drying.

It is because usually, these types of fabrics have UV stabilizers, which resist the fading provided by the sun and repel water, avoiding immersion in the fibres and promoting a quick drying.