If you're looking for absolute harmony between your patio furniture, a patio dining set is probably the best bet. But if you're looking to add some garden or zero gravity chairs to your existing furniture, try to find chairs with similar shapes, colors and materials. When it comes to picking out patio chairs for your patio, you must first take into consideration the amount of space you have on your patio. If you have a limited amount of space, you should go with the folding or stacking chairs. On the other hand, if you have quite a bit of space, you can go with the side chairs and arm chairs.
Having the flexibility to easily move your chairs into different positions can be extremely helpful. A good set of stacking or folding chairs are perfect for when you need to seat a large group of guests. Portable chairs are great because you can easily set them up throughout your yard, and when the party is over they'll go back in storage without any hassle. The downside to portable furniture is that it's typically lighter and less durable than normal outdoor chairs, so during windy days they may tip over. A great example is an outdoor folding chair.