Seating has a big influence on the experience of being with family and friends in a relaxed, backyard setting. Imagine hosting a backyard party without enough seating for everyone to relax or eat. One way to avoid such a scenario is add style and functionality to your home and yard with redwood lawn furniture.
When planning your outdoor seating, consider how you will use your outdoor space. If you are planning to entertain larger groups, built-in benches with fitted cushions on a large redwood deck may be the way to go. If relaxation is your priority, redwood Adirondack Chairs are famous for their comfortable design and casual look. If you have a sturdy tree in your yard you can also add a whimsical Adirondack Swing for a truly personal touch.
Sometimes simple is best. A well-placed redwood bench in the front yard creates a friendly and welcoming environment. If that’s not quite your style, variations on the design of the garden bench are endless. Make the most of the shade from your favorite tree by surrounding it with bench seating. Further, widening the edge of a large planter or building a bench around a fountain can provide additional seating with a beautiful view. And who hasn’t been inspired by a garden bench placed under a vine-covered arbor? The contrast of the green vines and the rich colors of the redwood grain create a stunning look.
Whatever your seating plans entail, Mendocino redwood dimensional lumber is the natural choice for outdoor furniture. Redwood’s durability and resistance to insects and decay means that basic maintenance is all that is needed for colorful redwood furniture to last for years of family enjoyment. You can also feel good knowing our redwood lumber meets FSC certification standards for responsible forestry practices. Learn more about FSC certification and environmental stewardship on our redwood forestlands.
Where can you find our products? The Home Depot sells Mendocino Redwood products throughout the West. To locate a stocking store in your area, please visit our Where to Buy Mendocino Redwood page.