7 Sources for Budget Outdoor Furniture

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So you want to create a little outdoor oasis but you're a little strapped for cash. Don't worry — it doesn't always take a lot of money to look like a million bucks. Here are seven sources for budget outdoor furniture to help you get started.

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IKEA: Any time we do a budget furniture roundup, IKEA is bound to appear. Their furniture may not last a lifetime but it'll definitely get you through a few summers. Shown: BROMMÖ Chaise lounge; $59.99.

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Wayfair: While there's certainly a share of higher end and mid-range outdoor furniture here, you can also find a generous amount of budget options. Wayfair also offers free shipping, which will help keep costs down. Shown: Crosley Gracie Retro Spring Arm Chair; $99.

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Pier 1: Whether in-store or online, this is a great source for traditional wicker outdoor furniture. If shopping online, they offer free shipping on orders over $75. Shown: Casbah Chair; $119.95.

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World Market: The great thing about World Market is that their furniture ranges from traditional to more modern. Their pieces are already pretty affordable — and they frequently offer discounts. Shown: Cadiz Stacking Chair; $99.98 for a set of 2.

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CB2: Their furniture may be a little on the the higher side of budget shopping, but their modern designs are worth a little extra. Plus, if you keep an eye out, CB2 runs sales and discounts on select items. Shown: Rex Dining Chair; $69.95.

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Overstock: Bargain shoppers are no doubt already familiar with Overstock. Their outdoor offerings are quite vast, ranging in both style and price. Shown: Indoor/Outdoor Zig Zag Bean Bag Chair Lounger; $132.99.

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Target: The big bullseye is another great source for affordable patio furniture. Shown: Threshold™ Holmquist 4-Piece Patio Sling Chat Furniture Set; $239 for a set of 2.

Another great option for scoring outdoor furniture for a song is to buy used. Check out the Apartment Therapy Classifieds, Craigslist, flea markets, and thrift and vintage stores.

-Re-edited from a post originally published 4/13/2014

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