I’ve been looking at some of the furniture selections at various shops around here because I need to get something to put in my back yard. I’ve got this big area and it’s just empty right now besides this one chair that I have out there and I don’t think that is how I want to leave things, so I’ve been taking a look at what is available.
The thing I’m finding is that there are more options than I expected. There are some with different colored cushions and they look really nice but I’ve heard they fade if they get rained on. It could be that they used a dye that doesn’t work very well or maybe ht person who told me was misinformed, but regardless of that I want to get something that is going to look nice. The next big option I’ve faced with is how many pieces to get. I’ve seen garden furniture that comes in a 3 set but I thin that since I already have one chair I should probably get 4 or 5. I have guests come over and I figure we all need a place to sit and I don’t think that 3 would be enough. If someone is standing they might feel left out. So anyway, I was also looking at the illustration setup of cast iron garden furniture. I think cast iron may be the right material because it should hold up to the rain pretty ok and it’s got a decent color to it. The only thing i need to get in addition to all of that is a table for everyone sit at while we are eating. So I think it’s really just an issue of finding the style and everything that I want to use and then going to order it or pick it up or whatever and that’s really all there is to it, although I should probably get the opinion of my significant other because that’s the other person who will be using it and you know how it can be if they aren’t happy with a big decision you make, but that’s a different topic altogether and I don’t even want to go there because this post is supposed to be about how I’m going to organize my partially displayed set of furniture and nothing else so I should probably get back on subject before I turn it into a rant about relationship issues and conflicts.