Duet Seat for Outdoors



I know that you may think it is inappropriate to talk about outdoor items right now, when winter is about to come after us and change the whole nature and also keep us inside until spring. But my wise grandpa once told me that people should buy winter clothes in summer and the other way round. That is so true because nothing rushes you when you make the purchase and you have plenty of time to make the best choice. Plus, you will always pay less for items that are out of season. So my advice is to buy outdoor furniture in winter. Any way, today I will show you the Duet Seat for Outdoors. I love this outdoor piece of furniture because it looks great, has a nice design and seems to come from times long gone.

Well, believe it or not, it does. It was made some time in the beginning of the 20th century. It is made of wrought iron which gives it incredible resistance in time. You can also leave it outdoors during all kinds of weather and if you want to revive it a bit, you can paint it white in spring or summer. I simply love all the curves and shapes, all the adornments that remind you of the time when people focused on appearance a lot, when every single piece of furniture was adorned and embellished so as to make your home look like a palace. The seat is called a “duet” because it is made for two and you can imagine a couple in love sitting on it in a nice summer evening. You can purchase the item for $2,600.


Published by in Outdoor, on November 19th, 2011

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