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Why choose wicker furniture for your garden?Due to the fact it is not heavy, it can be moved around easily. Combined with its obvious toughness to the elements, wicker furniture will happily match most outdoor spaces. A dining set with a modern twist can look extremely stylish on a trendy patio for instance, while a couple of wicker armchairs with matching cushions look perfectly at home in the garden of a rustic cottage. A wicker couch or swing looks great in a well-used porch where family and friends tend to gather at night.
Step 1: ColourFirst off, you need to decide on the colour of your new furniture. Wicker is available in a variety of colours, ranging from black to white – and anything in between. Coloured cushions can also be added to ensure that your wicker furniture blends in perfectly with an accent colour on your patio or porch.
Step 2: DesignOnce you’ve decided on a colour, it’s a case of choosing the correct style to match your home. If you have a modern home you may want to look at furniture with sleek lines & eye catching design. For a traditional home, high backs and subtle lines would complement the space.
Step 3: SizeWhen you know what design and colour you would like, it’s a case of choosing the correct size. It is important that the space doesn’t look overcrowded so carefully measure and plan your space.
Other benefits of wicker furniture
- It doesn’t stain. If a drink is spilled on wicker garden furniture it can easily be wiped away using a cloth and water
- It won’t need replacing for years. And in some cases never at all. If you do decide to replace it it’s because it’s been around for so long that you just feel it’s time for a change
- It’s incredibly comfortable. The soft material and woven interlocking fibres wicker is made from tends to yield to the sitter’s shape which means wicker chairs don’t really require a cushion to add comfort. It’s actually more of a stylish addition to the furniture.