Introduction to the functional classification of outdoor furniture Outdoor furniture
is classified into the following four categories according to the basic functions:
1. Supporting outdoor furniture Supporting outdoor furniture is one of the earliest types of outdoor furniture in human history. It mainly refers to chairs, stools, sofas and beds that directly support the human body in outdoor spaces for people to sit, lie and lie down. A type of furniture used. Chairs and stools have always been the mainstream products of outdoor furniture, occupying the vast majority of the market share; at the same time, with the blurring of the boundaries between indoor and outdoor space in recent years, it originally refers to sofas used indoors. Products have also been extended and expanded, developing rapidly.
2. Leaning outdoor furniture Leaning outdoor furniture refers to a type of furniture for people to lean on or sit at a desk in an outdoor space. It also has the function of displaying and storing items. The more common products are coffee tables, dining ( Taiwan) table, etc. This type of furniture is also known as quasi-human furniture. Part of its function is in direct contact with the human body, while the other part is related to objects. Although the furniture does not directly support the human body, it is closely related to the scale and activities of the human body.
3. Storage outdoor furniture Storage outdoor furniture mainly refers to a type of furniture that mainly uses cabinets for people to store or display books, food, utensils, utensils and other items in outdoor spaces.
4. Other types of outdoor furniture Other types of outdoor furniture mainly refer to products that provide auxiliary functions such as garden heating products, outdoor parasols (canopies), and garden decoration products that people use in outdoor spaces.