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Modern Patio Furniture for Contemporary Calgarians: 13 Pieces We Love

Duraflame Manhattan Fire Pit by American Fire Glass http://americanfireglass.com/fire-pits/manhattan-fire-pit-with-48-top.html The beautiful concrete texture and crisp lines of the Manhattan fire pit come together perfectly in this stunning piece that elevates any outdoor space. Florida Outdoor Chaise and End Table Set by IndoSoul http://www.indosoulusa.com/product/florida-3pc-outdoor-chaise-end-table-setting/ This three piece set features two chaise sun loungers and an end…

Wicker Patio Inspiration: These Sets Will Look Awesome in Your Backyard

Biscayne Collection by Erwin http://www.erwinandsons.com/biscayne.html The Biscayne collection combines the rich texture of wicker with smooth, crisp lines to create a truly unique look. The soothing colours of the cushions pair perfectly with the sandy wicker, creating a look that is both elegant and understated. This collection is perfect for any outdoor space large or…

Preparing Your Patio for Spring

Spring is a time of renewal, and many of us choose to mark the occasion by cleaning and tidying our homes. We put away our heavy winter clothes and blankets and prepare for a summer spent outside on our patios soaking up the sun. Setting up your patio for spring involves more than just bringing…

Guide: How to Maintain Your Stainless Steel Patio Furniture

High-quality stainless steel furniture is a beautiful addition to any outdoor space. This durable material is both attractive and low maintenance, making it an excellent option for your deck or patio.  Why Choose Stainless Steel? Stainless steel is naturally corrosion resistant, does not require annual repainting, and is fully moisture and mold resistant. It will…

How to Maintain Your Teak Patio Furniture

Teak is an excellent choice for any patio. This durable and beautiful material is impervious to water, mildew, and wood-eating insects and adds timeless charm to any outdoor space.  Teak furniture is not only beautiful, it is also very easy to maintain. If left untreated and exposed to the elements for at least six months…