Designer garden chairs for real moments of well-being
The high-quality designer garden chairs from our range turn your garden or terrace into a stylish oasis of well-being and peace in no time at all. Experience local recreation on your own property with the latest creations from renowned manufacturers - be it on a free Sunday afternoon or a warm summer evening. The big plus with Style Basis: Our designer garden chairs are not only comfortable and weatherproof, but also impress with their outstanding appearance. Whether simple or extravagant, historical or modern - our product range leaves nothing to be desired. Do you have limited space available? No problem. No problem. As a space-saving alternative, the perfectly shaped designer folding chair is suitable in all its versions.
My garden furniture has to spend the winter outside. Which ones are best suited for this?
Furniture made of aluminium, stainless steel and teak wood is suitable for outdoor wintering - because of its high rubber content, it is resistant to precipitation, frost and heat. Unlike other types of wood, teak does not require a protective glaze. If possible, however, any impurities should be removed twice a year with warm soapy water and a root brush. Alternatively, a cover hood is recommended.
What facts must be taken into account when buying garden chairs?
The first question you should clarify in advance is where the new garden chairs should be. Important: Remember to take sufficient space into account. Also make sure that the chairs match the table. And: Find out whether the garden chairs are made of weatherproof material - after all, you want them to last longer.
What types of garden chairs are there?
There are basically three different types of garden chairs in the category: High backs, stools and stacking chairs. The most comfortable are usually high-back chairs. As the name suggests, you can recognize them by their high backrests. This is usually adjustable, which makes the chair also suitable for lying down. Stools are less comfortable, but very practical. Because they do not have a backrest, they can be stored under the table to save space. Stacking chairs also take up very little space. After all, they are easy to stack on top of each other after use.
How much space is provided for the garden chairs?
There is no general answer to this question. In principle, it is advisable to measure the area on which you want to place chairs and a table at the end prior to the purchase. Also remember to take into account a certain amount of running and leg room. This way you avoid unpleasant surprises.
For approximate orientation: The width of the seat varies between 40 and 60 centimetres depending on the type of chair. Add around five centimetres to each armrest. Also as far as the depth of the seat is concerned, no general statement can be made. Common models range from 40 to 50 centimetres. The backrest is usually a further five centimetres. As far as seat height is concerned, you should expect 45 to 55 centimetres. Important: The seat height should match the height of the respective table. Including the backrest, common garden chairs can reach a total height of 70 to 95 centimetres.
Which upholsteries are ideal for garden chairs?
Many garden chair models are upholstered per se - these "factory settings" should ensure sufficient seating comfort. If this is not the case, seat cushions or cushions provide relief. When choosing the right chair, consider the shape of your garden chair and find out about the quality of the fabric and workmanship.
How much weight can a garden chair carry?
The maximum load on garden chairs varies greatly. Some models are only suitable for a body weight of up to 80 kilograms. More stable models can carry between 100 and 130 kilograms. Some wooden chairs can withstand a weight of up to 150 kilograms. Tip: The weight has no influence on wrought iron.
Which designs are in demand for garden chairs?
The design of garden chairs is not only determined by the shape, but also by the material. Wood, for example, is more rustic and natural. Oak, larch, acacia and teak are the most popular for outdoor use. Garden chairs made of wrought iron are more dreamy and romantic - café flair like in the streets of Paris. You want it modern? Then plastic is the right material for you. Plastic garden chairs are available in a wide range of colours and are also particularly easy to clean. Classic but urban - this is the feeling transported by garden chairs made of polyrattan. Practical: These chairs also look good inside. Garden chairs made of stainless steel, metal and aluminium are timeless and simple and can therefore be combined perfectly with other materials.