What is a garden bistro set?
If you want a set of furniture that won't take over but still give you the option of enjoying a glass of wine with a friend or even sharing lunch then have a look at our 2-seat bistro sets. Most bistro sets consist of a few chairs and a small table. Creative Gardens bistro sets are perfect for spending your summer afternoons chatting and enjoying a refreshing beverage with a loved one. They’re comfortable, easy to move and look aesthetically pleasing. There’s a perfect bistro set out there for any garden!
Different kinds of bistro sets
Bistro sets come in all shapes and sizes, and the possibilities are endless. Bistro set designs can differ significantly; while some bistro sets look luxurious and extravagant, others are simpler and easily fit in any garden. Which bistro set is the right one for you depends on your personal preferences, available space, and budget. Take a look at Creative Gardens’ wide range and pick from many different bistro sets, like:
- Metal garden bistro sets
- Wooden garden bistro sets
- Rattan garden bistro sets
- And more!
Caring for your bistro set
When adding a bistro set to your garden, you want it to look fresh and clean as long as possible. If you want to achieve this, taking good care of your bistro set is very important. However, knowing how to do this can be a difficult task. That’s why we compiled a list of a few simple tips and tricks to make sure you get the most out of your bistro set.
First, make sure to know from which materials your bistro set is made. This is important to know how to clean and take care of it, because different materials need to be handled differently. For instance, wood and teak need more maintenance than aluminium or synthetic materials.
Creative Gardens highly recommends investing in well-fitting garden furniture covers
. These keep soil, water and other things far away from your garden furniture and keep them in good shape all year round.
Finally, pillows, rugs, plaids and even smaller pieces of furniture are best taken inside on rainy or stormy days. Textiles usually don’t do well under moist conditions, so make sure to put them away when nobody’s using them.