The Best Outdoor Furniture for Your Patio, Deck, and Backyard

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The Best Outdoor Furniture for Your Patio, Deck, and Backyard

The Best Outdoor Furniture for Your Patio, Deck, and Backyard

Arhaus Hamptons Outdoor Bar Cart

Arhaus has inspired countless Instagram-worthy trends over the years and the Hamptons Bar Cart is another product that shows the design chops of this brand. Inspired by English gardens, it’s a simple design that uses the limited real estate of the cart in new ways – including the three holders for wine bottles.

Buy it at 949$ on

Modloft Netta Sectional Sofa

As the name suggests, Modloft makes modern interpretations of classic pieces. The Netta sectional has a low-profile design with comfortable cushions and a chaise longue for added comfort.

Buy it at 2,600$ on

Forest Gate 4-Piece Modular Acacia Wood Patio Sectional Set

Simple and straightforward, this Bed, Bath, & Beyond patio product is a great option for small spaces or for the minimalist in you. Made with warm acacia and set on a comfortable grey cushion, it’s perfect for those looking to fill space and not break the budget.

Buy it at 791.99$ on

Le Papillon Offset Hanging Umbrella

An offset umbrella offers more support and coverage when in use, able to tuck up next to a bench or couch and get the shade right where you want it. Le Papillon’s 10-foot wingspan (papillon is French for butterfly, after all) is big, but on hot summer days, you’ll be glad you got it.

Buy it from 131.99$ on

Frontgate Frances Tall Storage Cabinet

Perfect for a garden on either side of the pond, Frontgate’s storage cabinet is a thing of beauty. What I admire about Frontgate is that they have taken design elements from interiors and applied them to the outdoors, not sacrificing design aesthetics in the process. A perfect accompaniment to a garden, imagine storing your potting tools and perhaps a flask of something strong on its shelves.

Buy it from 2,294$ on

West Elm Portside Outdoor Kitchen

The price point here and the real estate needed for it to work is a little hard to quantify, but to hell with it – I’ve added it anyway! The Portside outdoor kitchen from West Elm is a choose-your-own-adventure, with the ability to combine various cabinets, shelves, and tabletops for making the most of your al fresco dining.

Buy it from 699$ on