Saturday , 3 December 2016

Moving from Vintage to Modern Furniture

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The natural atmosphere of your outdoor garden will encourage you to use vintage-style outdoor furniture for your patio. However, you may reconsider your decision because of the high prices of such furniture, in addition to its ability to be affected by the heavy rain and burning summer heat. The contemporary manufacturers solved this problem presenting vintage furniture in a modern way or entirely modern furniture that will work and look better than the vintage furniture.

Some modern furniture items keep the vintage look such as the teak furniture. That’s because teak is elegant and durable furniture that is provided by protective oil to withstand the bad weather conditions and the constant use. Other furniture items, such as the coffee table, have modern touch but still keep some ideas of the vintage style, like the connected seating and the charming look of the wood, which is treated to withstand corrosion. You can turn the old vintage furniture to be modern by giving it a coat of protective oils and paint.

Instead of the vintage materials such as marble, stone, and wood; the modern style depends on the light weight, easy to maintain and bad weather resistant materials such as steel, fiber, plastic, light wood, aluminum, treated wicker, wrought iron, and fiberglass. These modern materials are not expensive like the vintage furniture and they come with different styles and colors that will enable them to match your natural garden.

Your modern outdoor patio and garden should complement and decorate your modern house. That’s because you can use your outdoor garden as a dining room where you will set your parties and invite your friends. Furthermore, it will enable you to have spiritual comfort and peace of mind. The vintage-inspired modern furniture is the best way to achieve these tasks.
Moving from Vintage to Modern Furniture

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