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Wrought iron garden tables

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Wrought iron garden tables

Anyone who owns a garden and must furnish it requires, first of all, an outdoor table that is functional, has a beautiful aesthetic and, above all, lasts over time.

One of the materials that perfectly reflects all these characteristics is, without a doubt, the iron that manages to give your garden a touch of class and elegance together with great stability.

Garden tables made of wrought iron, together with all the other furnishings made of the same material, are often used to create an English-style garden where nature merges with iron and creates a fascinating and balanced environment, rich in style and class.

This type of table, being generally very heavy, represents a choice of fixed table so, before furnishing your garden with wrought iron elements, decide well how to organize the various areas and what is the space to devote to the table in order to buy a type of table that suits your needs well, keep in mind how many people will have to host the table in order to choose the right size even if, lately, you have also managed to find extendable iron tables and if you have little space you can definitely choose a folding iron table to add to the main table in case of need.

To furnish the garden with style remember that you must match all the furniture present so if you buy the wrought iron table also the chairs must be made with the same material and with the same processing and, if you have a gazebo or an umbrella also these must be combined with the table in order to recreate a perfect style that all your friends will envy.


Types of iron

The iron that is generally used for the creation of garden tables is galvanized iron which is treated in such a way as to resist atmospheric agents, the formation of rust and scratches, while wrought iron is simply a type of iron that undergoes processing detail designed to create splendid decorations.

All types of iron are designed to be able to remain outdoors without being damaged even if it is always preferable to place them under a gazebo or in a sheltered environment especially because the iron with the sun heats up considerably and therefore it would be impossible to have lunch on a hot table.

In general, iron garden tables are placed directly on the turf as being very stable and heavy they can also stand on a not perfectly flat surface.

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