(1) F (because it hides itself!)(2) BI like the table of D but not the chairs.
1. F as well2. D I agree with Wemo about the chairs but I still think it could work.
I like C or D. I guess I don't prefer the glass top. Also, the cool-looking corner chairs in F might not be so comfortable to sit in. Just in case I get stuck sitting in one of them...
I liked C best, but then realized what F did, so I pick F.
Guess I am weird, cause I like E and then B.
F and B! And D. But A would hide dirt well. Either way, I'm sitting at the table, dammit.
delurking because I have similar patio furniture. I would go with C. here is my reasoning:-C has arms-C's design doesn't go to the ground. My chairs do go to the ground and recently I found all kinds of spiders & such living underneath. YUCK.-C's cushions go all the way up the back = more comfort-C does not have a glass top, so it will be easier to keep clean (just hosing off vs. having to windex every time guests come over)F is a neat concept, but the seats look totally uncomfortable and I hate that the table separates underneath. Looks like it would be hard to stretch out/cross your legs with the limited space. My second choice would be A, and then D because I like the lines of the design.
I like A, C, and D.
I like A & C, the chairs look most comfy. and I also don't like the chair all the way to the floor look, but I'm in the minority so what do I know!
I agree with nabum. I think F could potentially be more versatile (could you make a sofa with the chairs?) but might make for uncomfortable dining. And I totally agree that the spider web factor needs to be brought in the equation...
1. F2. C
C, then D.
F because glass top patio tables are NMS.
C or D.
i like the layout of A but the color of B or C.
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