You Might Not Have Ashley Tisdale’s Stunning View, But You Can Snag Her Patio Furniture

published Jan 19, 2021
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It might be the dead of winter, but it’s never too early to start thinking spring. And if you follow Ashley Tisdale on Instagram, the springtime patio inspiration is hard to ignore. Tisdale posted a photo of her outdoor space on Jan. 11, and yes, you can nab a similar setup to hers from CB2. 

“Change is always scary, Especially when it’s not [in] your control,” Tisdale captioned her post. She explained that her neighbors were taking down some trees in their yard and her first reaction was, “oh no but what about the privacy it gives us? It felt like they were taking away something.” 

However, after the trees came down, Tisdale admits “the crazy thing that emerged from this tree cutting was this view. We’ve always had a view but never knew how much of A view was behind those trees.” She wrote, “It’s proof that even when change is scary something even more beautiful could be on the other side we just have to let go of our own perspective.”

A beautiful sentiment matched with a beautiful view (and even more gorgeous patio). Tisdale’s style out there is a mix of modern and eclectic with wood finishes, black-and-beige color palette, paired with a mashup of clean lines and vintage, old-world accents. The slat-back chair in the forefront is the Maya Wood Outdoor Chair from CB2, which is a hand-crafted piece from a family-owned workshop in Mexico.

And her patio couch looks to be CB2’s Sunset Teak Outdoor Loveseat designed by the geniuses at Fred Segal. It’s weather-resistant and covered in a linen-feel fabric, which Tisdale paired with two black-and-white striped throw pillows.

Pairing these modern designs with more lived-in pieces like the coffee table, woven jute rug, and starburst light fixture makes for the perfect mix of modern and eclectic. And she’s right — that view isn’t too bad, either.