The Best Patio Furniture for Your Backyard
We found the best patio furniture to make your summer dreams come true.
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Swinging Egg Chair
Traditional hammocks will never go out of style, but these egg chairs are so hot right now. It’s the perfect place to cozy up with a good book or coffee in hand. Plus, this chair is corrosion- and water-resistant, so you don’t need to worry about it fading outside. (Should you buy your furniture from Wayfair or Overstock? We investigated.)
Acacia Dining Table
This acacia dining table is a certified summer essential. The expandable statement piece is perfect for pool parties with friends and neighbors as well as cookouts with extended family. Chairs aren’t included, so you can pick and choose which set best suits your space.
Wood Console Table
A console table might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of patio furniture. But it’s a versatile piece that can be used for serving food, displaying outdoor lanterns or providing an eating area when square footage is limited. This console table will give your patio that perfect modern vibe.
Outdoor String Lights
Brighten up your space with a set of retro bulb string lights. Tack them to your fence or home for beautiful ambient light after the sun sets. Or, better yet, hang them above your patio space for a bistro feel. See our stylists’ tips for making your outside space feel special.
Chaise Lounge Chairs
If you plan on hosting any pool parties this summer, a couple of lounge chairs are a must-have. We love the vintage look of these wood chaise lounge chairs. And the adjustable backs let you relax just how you like!
Light up the night with a patio-friendly bonfire in this modern, customizable fireplace. Fueled by bio-ethanol fuel, this warm outdoors addition can also be used inside, and the flame lasts about 45 minutes.
Cooler Side Table
Keep your friends close and your beverages closer with this cooler-table combo. Chill water, sodas and alcoholic sippers for up 12 hours in this sneaky accessory. The sleek design makes it a seamless addition to your space, regardless of your decor style. Plus, it’s way sightlier than a clunky cooler.
The best way to dress up a patio space? Throw down a decorative outdoor rug! Designed to withstand wear and tear, this rug can handle anything thrown its way—literally. When the weather starts to turn icky, you can even bring this patio rug inside to use. Love a statement piece? Check out The Pioneer Woman’s outdoor collection.
You just can’t beat a classic Adirondack chair. The timeless design ensures your patio never goes out of style. And we love this particular model for its colorful finishes and weather-resistant frame.
To make your outdoor living space extra inviting, trade in the traditional patio chairs for an outdoor loveseat. Your guests will love relaxing and socializing on this piece. The best part? No need to worry about that spilled salsa on the easy-to-wipe back and base!
A piece of trendy outdoor decor, this lighted umbrella is a must for entertaining. Sit back and relax as this U.V.- and water-resistant canopy keeps you cool during summer days and illuminated during summer nights. It’s exactly 10 feet wide, which should cover your entire dining table set.
Patio Daybed with Cushions
Turn your backyard into a resort with a patio daybed. These unique circular beds are always fun—perfect for lounging with a book and cool drink or using as cozy seating for an outdoor party.
This bistro set includes an accent table and two chairs for enjoying breakfast out on the patio. We love the pretty detailing with the sleek, black finish.
Matte Black Ceiling Fan
If you’re hosting a cookout under a pergola on a hot summer day, get the air circulating with an outdoor ceiling fan. Look for a model without a light kit, such as this sleek matte black fan, to keep your patio looking clean and streamlined.
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