The Best Garden Table Ideas
Gardening is your own reward, and all flowers and vegetation are the bonus. But to enjoy the fruits of your work, it is useful to have a place to sit or serve a simple meal and observe flowers and butterflies up close. The furniture that you choose for your garden can complement your landscaping for as much or little money or energy that you care what happens. And garden table made of wood or herbal tissue looks natural and carries naturally. Teak is used on boat decks because it is so durable. And wood has been a better choice for patio and garden furniture for years. If it is greased annually, it will retain its honey color. However, teak turns a silvery gray when exposed to the elements. Both colors stand out among the foliage of the garden.
Wicker and rattan furniture are the best for a classic English garden setting. Old pieces, paired or disjointed Lingerie, can be collected cheaply in garage sales or thrift stores. Rattan and wicker shop in winter to reduce wear. Bring the furniture back in the spring or summer to enjoy right along with your flowers. A garden table and bistro wrought iron chairs are magical snack when hidden in a sunflower house or under a weeping willow. See also at home in a paver yard or sheltered under a rose tree. Also provide a place for cookies and breakfasts outdoors or in the afternoon lemonade. Wrought iron lasts well but requires annual cleaning, winter storage and painting retouching or, sometimes, it ends up painting. The wrought iron is classic in a gazebo and a bench or a tea table is a pleasant surprise along a path covered with honeysuckle vine.
Natural furniture, old tree stumps can become casual in a garden. Weather well, provide a centerpiece for indoor plant plantings and low flowers and law merge into the landscape. If you or your neighbors are pulling from a large old tree. And then you can even get the stump and some free trunk sections. Put one in a shady place for solitary reflection or scatter two or more along a flowerbed hiking a social plus pick-up point. Park tree seats around a flat rock for a picnic table that looks like it grew out of the jungle. Mix one or two trunks or trunk sections that are approximately 18 inches high with an old bistro table for an eclectic set of garden and garden rescued chairs.