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Entertain outdoors easily and elegantly with Strathwood's folding Ritta bistro set.
Including a table with a height of 28 inches (71 cm) and a diameter of 24 inches (61 cm) and two chairs measuring (WxDxH) 23 inches (58 cm) by 18 inches (46 cm) by 35 inches (89 cm), the collection is easy to set up, take down and transport. The table weighs 3.82 pounds (1.7 kg), and each chair weighs 4.64 pounds (2.1 kg). Made with durable aluminium frames with a curvy elegance which are coated in a dark grey powder versatile enough to go with any décor and sturdy enough to withstand the elements. The seats and tabletop are made of polyethylene (PE) rattan wicker, a synthetic fibre celebrated for withstanding fading, weathering and ageing as well as for being easy to wipe clean with mild soap and water. This elegant and handy little bistro set helps turn any decking or patio into a mini oasis.
Strathwood furniture is designed around the concepts of quality, ease of use and casual elegance. Each piece of furniture has been rigorously tested for durability. The assembly instructions have been standardised for simplicity from start to finish. Strathwood furniture has a sleek design, a handsome finish and is built to last. The classic style and reliable craftsmanship will weather both ever-changing trends and regular use for years to come.
This garden furniture set is perfect! Very well made, it is stylish and sturdy for the small outside space I bought it for. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Winnie
Very neat. Folds easily. Would have got 5 stars if the fixings didn't show so much as they are silver and would look better if same colour as framePublished 8 months ago by sawing
Great bistro set - stylish, lightweight, yet sturdy enough to hold glasses and a lantern. Perfect for our small back yard.Published 9 months ago by Zoe
Very attractive table and chairs. Looks expensive. Robust set and comfortable chairs. Folds flat for storage. Arrived well packaged and no assembly reqiured. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Joan James