Joanna Labbe Outdoor Storage & Cabinet July 11th, 2018 - 00:54:02
While exposure to sunlight can bleach wood some people actually like that look so it isnt a huge issue but durability can be. Despite careful waterproofing wood remains highly porous and can still be damaged by water over time. Another option for outdoor storage is aluminum or wrought iron. Wrought iron is most often used in the garden and can be quite decorative. It is extremely durable able to endure rain snow or sun but it is also extremely heavy making it very difficult to move.
An elegant storage solution for outdoor holiday decorations is the Deck Box with Seat. This taupe colored resin container comes in either 50 or 99 gallon capacity so you can choose the size that you need. It assembles easily-no tools needed-and goes right to work protecting your holiday wreathes and mailbox ribbon or covers. And it doubles as a seating area. The styling is so elegant that you might want to order two of these deck boxes to help you create a comfortable outdoor living space on the patio or deck. It will even look great on your front porch.
Because Rubbermaids products are made from an all-weather resin you do not have to be concerned with splintering on any of the areas you would be sitting or handling. You can leave these benches out in the sun rain and wind all year for many many years without being concerned about fading or rot. The colors are neutral and fit well with multiple styles of patio decor. Medium to Large Outdoor Storage.
Another favorite place to store holiday decorations is at the very back of the spare bedroom closet. Youll more than likely have to move a lot of other stored items out of the way to get to your boxes of outdoor ornaments. That can be time consuming and bothersome and result in a mess in the spare bedroom. No matter where youve been storing them dragging them out of their hiding spot and outside can be a chore. Fortunately this year there are plenty of storage options for your holiday decorations that might make more sense particularly the location of that storage: outside. After all what could be more convenient than storing your holiday decorations within a few feet of where you need them?