These chairs are super space-savers — ideal for small patios that can't spare permanent space for a dining area. They will neatly stack up in your shed when not required.
They come in a vast range of designs and materials, so you are likely to find the one you like in this category. If you opt for rattan chairs or one with slatted wooden seats and backrests, placing cushions will enhance their appeal while making them more comfortable to sit on.
These chairs are relatively lightweight and will make a good match with outdoors that are open and light, not too densely vegetated or over-done with elaborate decoration.
Affordable furniture does not have to compromise on elegance, comfort, and style. If you have been to Paris and visited one of its famous bistros, you would know what we mean. Now, bring the same comfort and style to your patio with bistro-styled chairs. Some signature features are curved or flat slatted backrests, light metal or wood frame, medium-depth cushions, and mellow looks. In short, simplistic and functional styling focused on comfort for hours.
If your patio is a magnet for social creatures who love gossip over unhurried weekend dinners, or if your family loves quality outdoors time, go for bistro patio chairs. Your only concern should be that they match with your dining table. Complement these chairs with low-level dim lighting and a fire pit to deflect the chill.
This is the counter-style of a bistro chair. Showy and extravagant, these chairs tend to make a loud style statement. Carved wood and wrought iron are typical mediums of this styling. Elaborate floral patterns and geometric forms are its visual themes.
If you have a similar dining table and patio décor that thrives on an outspoken style, you cannot go wrong with these patio chairs. Bright-striped patio roof frills, cheerful cushion covers, and colorful flowering plants that ooze positive energy - your decorative chairs will sit pretty amidst such a setting. Luscious lawn, with its rich, deep shade, will complete the extravaganza.
They are innovations of the armchair design adopted for outdoor settings. With a mildly stretchable, loosely woven canvas or similar fabric sling bolted or fixed to a metal frame, they make a nice, reclining angle for hours of comfortable sitting. Dinner goes well with small talk on these chairs!
Sling chair frames are made from rust-resistant metal, and the sling fabric is easy to maintain. Choose olive or other color from the green family to harmonize with the garden colors. To make a good contrast, match them with a mahogany-finish dining table.
Not straight, not angled, and not reclined, these chairs are very classy. Derived from the 60's basket chair style, they cradle you in a super-pampering position as you drop in them. You can even curl up and read a book for hours without feeling any discomfort. Being lightweight, you can easily move them to your bedroom.
Basket chairs are adaptable by nature. Put them on a lawn, on vinyl flooring, or a marble or granite floor, they will look great almost anywhere. Like folding chairs, they are light and simple, so choose them to go with a simple wooden 4-legged table and graveled or lawn garden with low-hang shrubbery. Flowering plants will add to their elegance.
Since these chairs are woven from organic, plastic, or nylon strands, they will require some maintenance.