You've got your outdoor TV, your outdoor speakers and your outdoor pouf. The only thing left to create a comfy outdoor living room is the sofa. Here are ten options to choose from, ranging in price from $300 to $4,000.
Picture it: a warm breeze blows as you gaze up at a blue sky, lemonade in hand, gently swaying in your backyard hammock. It may not get any more idyllic than that. To help you choose the hammock that's right for you, here's a roundup of our favorites.
Practical and minimal, the outdoor furniture designed by Konstantin Grcic and produced by Emeco utilizes as little materials as possible. Created for Long Island's Parrish Art Museum, the line, which just debuted at I Saloni, is now available for purchase.
It might be hard to imagine during these early days of spring, but there will come a time later this season when you'll want to shade yourself from the blazing sun. To that end, here's a roundup of affordable umbrellas to keep your patio or other outdoor space nice and shady for those lazy summer days.
Now that we're almost at the end of April, we can really start seeing the light at the end of the cold, dark and rainy wintertime tunnel. It seems like a good time to look back at all of our coverage of outdoor furniture. Dig in, find your favorites and take it outside!
While white seating inside the house may feel like a risky proposition, especially for the butterfingers among us, white outdoor seating is a safe bet. The finishes on all of these white seating options are washable so there's little risk of red wine and chocolate stains. Plus, they're all so nice looking you may want to use them indoors, too. Go ahead, you rule breaker, you. We won't tell anyone.
Got a little space in your backyard for an out building? Want to build a little getaway structure outside the city? Then a yurt may be just what you're looking for. These simple structures have been around for a long time and they're gaining new popularity with easy build kits.
I, for one, love a good patio umbrella. You get to be outdoors, while basking in the shade or being sheltered from the rain — brilliant!. My deck is covered, so I don't need an umbrella, but that doesn't stop me from singing their praises. Apparently there are some creative folks out there who feel the same, and who have gone to great lengths to incorporate umbrellas into the outdoor experience in some innovative ways.
There's nothing trapped about the trend of wire caging. The iron accent adds a touch of industrial to a space, whether it's framing a lightbulb or stashing your mags. Here are some fresh finds for this peekaboo look:
While there has been some debate over the idea of bringing the television outdoors, we're sure that this guide to bringing tech outside will be met with more joyous sounds - the sounds of music, that is. Today we'll talk about options to bring audio outdoors.