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When you think of garden furniture and synthetic materials, you might not automatically think of sleek style and contemporary design. In the past, synthetic garden furniture has had it’s reputation tainted by the grotty white plastic chairs and harsh iron benches that we’ve all endured at some point. However, over recent years the industry has rekindled it’s love for synthetic fibres in outdoor furniture and we can see why. The combination of the highly functional and tensile attributes, along with their ability to create such aesthetically pleasing and modern designs has lead to a significant increase in the popularity of this option over the more traditional natural materials.
If you’re looking to add a little extra to your garden then introducing furniture to the outside area is a quick and effective option. One of the biggest considerations when choosing which furniture is right for you is comfort and finding a set that provides this without compromising on any other features. Unlike natural fibres, synthetic fibres are easy to manipulate and stretch to create a comfortable and supportive surface.
After searching for the right piece of furniture and enjoying it for a summer or two, the last thing you want is to find it weakened and damaged. Outdoor furniture needs to be durable and strong enough to withstand significant weight without weakening.
Garden furniture should mould to your body to maximise comfort. However, it’s also important that furniture can return to its original form after use. The elements within synthetic materials allow for this perfect fusion and provide the flexibility needed for the utmost comfort.
Visit Skyline Design to find out more about the advantages of synthetic fibres in outdoor furniture.