The most common materials that these chairs can be found in are plastic, wood, and steel or iron. The plastic variety is much for affordable than the other options, but it is far less durable. Wooden chairs have a nice look to them and are hardy, but wood rot can happen over time. Steel or iron chairs can rust if they are not stainless, though the wrought iron styles are very attractive and work perfectly for most contemporary designed homes.
The advantage of using outdoor chair cushions lie in the material they are made of. Since these chairs are constantly exposed to elements like the sun and rain, it is mandatory for their materials to be durable. As such, the cushions are usually made of olefin, acrylic, Sunbrella, Outdura or polyester. These materials are strong but light-weight making them ideal for cushioning purposes. Their flexibility makes outdoor cushions always wrinkle-free and in shape. Also, their resistance to mold and mildew, stains and fading add more durability, making cushions usable for long periods of time.
There are many different stories to tell about the personality of the owner or owners of outdoor chairs which come in various styles, designs, and materials used. It would be a great fun for the curious onlooker in a showroom or display room to assess what kind of personality the buyer or would-be owner of outdoor chairs based on their preferences and choices.
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