Quality Outdoor Furniture is Worth the Investment - Aurora Pools

Quality Outdoor Furniture is Worth the Investment

DateMay 29, 2020

by Aurora Pool, Spa & Billiard Gallery

What can make your swimming pool or hot tub environment even better?

Outdoor furniture as an extension of your relaxing indoor living space, of course. But don’t settle for the plastic chairs you find at big box stores. Sure, they’re inexpensive, but you ultimately get the quality, comfort and durability that you pay for.

It’s worth it to invest in quality outdoor furniture. And there are certainly ways to know that what you’re buying is going to last.

    • Try it First – Simply put, make sure that the furniture and cushions are comfortable before you spend the money. Try them in a showroom instead of buying online.
    • Durability – Look for quality materials that can handle the outdoor elements without a lot of maintenance. The best materials include metals like wrought iron or aluminum, and strong, dense woods like teak, eucalyptus, cedar, and all-weather wicker.
    • Color Options – Speaking of less maintenance, if you go with wood furniture, get it in natural stains or earth tones. Bold colors often require more frequent refinishing. If you’re looking to make a statement, choose cushion fabrics that reflect that instead.
    • Fabric – And get furniture with fabric that also can withstand the elements (though we recommend you still bring it in as often as possible for the longest durability). Look for acrylic fabric that is solution-dyed and designed for outdoor use. Spun polyester may do the trick too, but you may notice some fading over time.

We offer Telescope Casual Outdoor Furniture at Aurora Pool, Spa & Billiard because we believe it to be durable, quality furniture. Bold colors and designs with both wicker and aluminum structuring (among others) let you know that what you’re buying will reflect your style and last for years to come. Come by our showroom to see what we mean.

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