First, consider what you are going to store in them. if you only need storage for small items like cushions, small toys, grilling implements and supplies, and table ware you can opt for small outdoor cabinet or a storage bench that works as both seating and storage. For large items such as pool gear, gardening supplies, and bigger toys, you may want to consider getting a bigger freestanding cabinet. For storage of really large items such as ride on toys, large garden tools, as well as outdoor furniture for the offseason, go for a really large storage cabinet. Some of the largest outdoor cabinets out in the market today can store as much items as a small shed, particularly if they offer vertical storage space.
A solid fabric hammock cannot stretch and adapt the way a woven hammock can. While manufacturers may tout their softness, comfort, or all-weather design the truth is they pale in comparison to a hammock woven by the hand of an expert artisan. Also, if you use a solid fabric hammock outdoors beware that it lacks the ability to breathe as an open weave design would and will feel much hotter and more prone to sweat. If the hammock is woven and you see individual threads rather than an unbroken sheet you′re on the right path. Small hammocks are fine for a quick afternoon nap or a lazy ukulele strumming session. But if you′re going to spend serious time in your hammock make sure it gives you plenty of room to move around. Hammocks don′t vary much in length but the extra width of a large hammock will allow you to lay sideways when you want or more likely lie diagonally across the hammock to achieve a flatter angle similar to what you′re accustomed to in a regular bed.