Jasmine 2 - Corona del Mar

The various outdoor living areas provide ample room for entertaining and unwinding. The roof top deck is the perfect place for watching the sunset. Contemporary teak wood furniture throughout creates a relaxed atmosphere for dining and lounging.

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mariannel
Marianne Lipanovich added this to Are These the Best Materials for Patio Furniture?22 Mar 2018

Teak is paired with metal for a mix of classic and contemporary styles on this oceanside rooftop deck.WoodWood has long been the go-to option for outdoor furniture. It’s long-lasting, it can handle different weather conditions and it’s wonderfully versatile when it comes to style. You’ll find everything from traditional wood benches and tables to contemporary wood pieces.ProsSturdy, long-lasting and readily available. It doesn’t absorb heat like many other outdoor options. It adapts to any design style. Many options are resistant to mould, decay and rot and repel water and insects. Teak is a good choice for seaside locations.ConsGood-quality pieces can be expensive. It requires some yearly upkeep, especially if you don’t want the pieces to weather. May succumb to rot and decay earlier than expected if placed on soft ground or grass without protection. Can splinter and crack in harsh weather.

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marilourdes added this to marilourdes's Ideas3 Apr 2018

The placement of the table and sitting spaces

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sanjaycrestdiabetes added this to sanjaycrestdiabetes' ideas29 Mar 2018

Teak is paired with metal for a mix of classic and contemporary styles on this oceanside rooftop deck.WoodWood has long been the go-to option for outdoor furniture. It’s long-lasting, it can handle different weather conditions and it’s wonderfully versatile when it comes to style. You’ll find everything from traditional wood benches and tables to contemporary wood pieces.ProsSturdy, long-lasting and readily available. It doesn’t absorb heat like many other outdoor options. It adapts to any design style. Many options are resistant to mould, decay and rot and repel water and insects. Teak is a good choice for seaside locations.ConsGood-quality pieces can be expensive. It requires some yearly upkeep, especially if you don’t want the pieces to weather. May succumb to rot and decay earlier than expected if placed on soft ground or grass without protection. Can splinter and crack in harsh weather.

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