To furnish the gardens it is important to take into consideration a series of factors, such as the extent of the available area, the exposure, the general climatic conditions, the types of soil. Once all these parameters have been evaluated, it is also possible to choose which elements to insert in the green space. Let's see together which are the most loved furnishings ever:
These are structures assigned to the seat and made up of slats, generally made of wood material treated with water-repellent enamels, or metal painted with anti-rust products.
They rarely consist of concrete.
They have a very resistant metal skeleton which supports the entire structure and which is anchored to the ground by means of blocking supports.
Generally they are positioned under the trees, to offer a pleasant opportunity for relaxation.
OUTDOOR TABLES AND CHAIRS
They are structures in wood or metal, which have undergone a protective and conservative treatment, used to furnish the garden, creating areas intended for refreshment (outdoor lunches or picnics) or for reading.
Often they are placed under umbrellas (most garden tables have a central hole specially created to house the umbrella support), or under gazebos, to take advantage of a shaded area.
Umbrellas and swings
There are countless types and shapes of umbrellas: often they are quadrangular structures, sometimes round, with variable dimensions.
They have a load-bearing structure in metal or in wood treated with protective and hydro repellent substances, which supports a very resistant canvas roof.
The central support (stick) must be inserted in a base, generally of concrete, heavy and stable.
There are also aerial varieties which are suspended on supports with an inverted "L" shape, and which offer the advantage of not having the central stick and, consequently, they can be placed much more easily.
They are furnishings mainly intended for relaxation, consisting of a seat suspended in metal structures with a quadrangular base anchored to the ground.
They are covered with cushions of various shapes and sizes and their location is always located in fresh and shady parts of the garden, preferably under trees with large and thick foliage.