Decorating your patio does not have to mean boring patio furniture from the department store. You can decorate your patio with the same luxury you do your interiors but using cushions that have water-resistant and waterproof upholstery. These wrought iron sofas and loveseats let you create a timeless décor without worry about rust or stains on your cushions. These Ow Lee, Sunset West, Meadowcraft, and Woodard designs offer style and craftsmanship using long-lasting, sturdy materials.
You can find a wide variety of patio sofas at LuxeDecor. The wrought iron collection includes a number of options, including various cushion styles, including:
A patio sofa provides your outdoor kitchen or deck with a cozy place for you and your guests to curl up and catch up. You have a casual spot for people to gather while they dine or enjoy the sunshine or a starry night. Minimalist couches like these from Ow Lee, Sunset West, Meadowcraft, and Woodard provide a roomy, well-cushioned space with large, thick pillows and cushions. The wrought iron used for their frames provides a hearty material that can last a long time outside. The wrought iron on these sofas gets treated with a rust-proofer, so it lasts longer without damage.
Just as the sofa provides a key decorative element in your living room, it does on your patio, too. These wrought iron sofas all feature iron legs and feet as part of their frame. Six to eight feet on the frame assure their sturdiness. Many of these designs feature Sunbrella upholstery, a tough fabric designed specifically for outdoor use. It resists stains, including water stains, plus resists fading in the sunshine. Occasionally, one of these wrought iron patio sofas comes with matching throw pillows, but even when they do not, you can easily find pillows in Sunbrella fabric.
Manufacturers of these types of sofas know the importance of fabric and color options, so they offer a plethora. Most of these sofas offer at least 10 options for iron finishes and 30 options for colors and fabrics although one or two offer just three or four fabrics. You can spend between $1,400 to $3,500 on these practically bespoke sofas.