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Outdoor Dining Sets

Dining outside in the summer relies on enough outside space and enough good weather. If you’re luckily blessed with both, take a look at some outdoor dining sets. Offering garden table and chairs, all in one set, without having to search around for the perfect chairs for your table, or vice versa, these sets are an easy way to create a dining space in your garden. Picnic tables combine table and chairs in one piece of furniture and will look great if you’re after the rustic or vintage look in your back garden or terrace. Otherwise you can find round, square and rectangular tables, rattan sets, wicker chairs and glass tables, wrought iron sets and simple, traditional wooden table and chairs.

Think about how many people you might want to seat at your garden dining table and chairs before purchasing. Obviously, if you plan on having the whole street round for a sit down, alfresco meal, then you shouldn’t go for a small, bistro-style set but should look at long, rectangular tables with lots of accompanying chairs. However if there’s only ever going to be a few people dining at your garden table then you’ll only need a small outdoor dining set with a couple of seats. Benches are a good way of squeezing in more people if you need to, but they won’t be very formal so if you plan on having candlelit dinners with silver service, perhaps go for some high backed chairs. Most outdoor dining sets will be designed to accommodate the outdoors but do consider where you might store your set in winter if you don’t want to worry about leaving it out in the wind, rain and snow.
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