Imke Delara. Furniture. September 12th , 2017.
Among the many different materials for outdoor furniture which can be farmed from a natural source are straw, bamboo, cane, and of course rattan, as well as certain types of reeds. These are all materials which have been used extensively throughout the centuries to make not only furniture, but also wicker baskets and other accessories, a trend which also continues to this day.
Make use of wood stain (finishing agent) to bring back the dark color of the furniture if it has started fading. The wood stain solution is specially prepared for outdoor furniture.
Every twenty to thirty years, it seems that fashion tends to come full circle, with trends simply being recycled and updated. It could just be the vicious circle of history repeating itself, but it seems that even home design is doing the same thing. If you take a gander at the home furnishing offerings today, you'll find that many of the decorations and designs are "retro"', imitating the wave of the late 1970's through the 1980's. In case you weren't around for the original styles, or have chosen to block out most of than span of time from your memory, let's take a trip back and look at the blast from the past that is piled on store shelves today.
This trend is nothing new, and there have long been home-owners who have mixed iron, wood and rattan garden furniture and accessories; however, this year is seeing the trend be more pronounced than ever, and expand to single accessories themselves. Items which mix two or more materials are not an uncommon sight across western gardens this summer, and following this trend can help give an outdoor area that extra something which pushes its overall look from appealing to stunning.
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