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What is the origin of Acapulco chairs?

The first Acapulco chair was launched in the 50s. They quickly became popular in Mexico. Acapulco chairs are mostly made by attaching vinyl cords on a pear-shaped metal frame. The metal frame is made of galvanized steel which is coated with powder in order to get the black-and-white color that is characteristic of Acapulco chair frames. PVC cords are used to tie the seat together, making it strong and sturdy. Because they were made in tropical regions, Acapulco chairs have been considered outdoor furniture. PVC cords can take between -15 degrees Celsius and 60 degrees Celsius. That’s why it is safe to leave them outside without having to worry that they will get damaged by the elements.

Types of Acapulco chairs

Outdoor Acapulco chair sets can be made of rattan and other breathable materials. Rattan Acapulco chairs are commonly used because rattan material also originated from tropical regions. You can set the rattan Acapulco chairs outdoors for a relaxing look on your porch or yard. Black Acapulco chairs are neutral and allow buyers to set them up indoors or outdoors. They fit well with other decor colors, especially brighter colors. For an even better look and cozy feel, buyers can add Acapulco chair cushions to their Acapulco chairs. They make the chair more comfortable and users can sit for long hours on them without getting tired.

White Acapulco chairs bring liveliness to a boho decor theme. Buyers can also find leather Acapulco chairs, which are easy to clean using a wet cloth and soapy water. The best Acapulco chairs are durable and long-lasting. They can do well in any weather condition without getting damaged. They can also hold a lot of weight without snapping, making them usable by all people of all sizes and body mass.