The outdoor furniture is finally here! I got two Panton-style chairs and a round aluminum table. The chairs can be used outdoor or indoors and are stackable. They don't take a lot of space, which is ideal in a small space like this, and they are really easy to clean.
Putting the table together was interesting. Not that it was difficult (it only took me 10-15 minutes), it just was not obvious right away. Some of the parts were pre-assembled and not all the pieces in the box were drawn on the sheet. But all the pieces were there, including an extra one.
It took me a couple minutes to realize that the "extra" piece above was not part of the table, but was a tool to tighten the bolts. A little trick to keep yourself organized is to identify tools like these. I like to use labels. It will be easier to find the right one in the box of tools when the table will need to be re-tightened at some point in the future.
Now that the furniture is in place, there's are two little gaps that need to be filled on the floor. The one in the back near the brick wall just needs another box of tiles (They were out last time I went). The one near the glass rail is a little tricky. I have some ideas, we'll see what works best.