On Sale Now: The 7 Patio Pieces You Need
Good news for Southern Californians: Apparently the patio furniture conglomerate has no idea it’s 72 degrees and sunny here almost year-round. Which means we can reap the benefits of August patio furniture sales even though we’re just getting started out here. Here are seven items your patio is totally longing for, as well as a bit of eye candy to make it memorable. Get buying.
Everyone forgets this and then has nowhere to put their iPad. Concrete is majorly trending, practically indestructible and even sleek enough to use in an indoor decor scheme if you wanted to bring it inside ever.
West Elm (Originally $469, now $281)
It’s the easiest way to freshen the look of an outdoor space—especially if you’re adding bright florals and paisleys.
Pottery Barn (Originally $30, now $14)
That wicker? It’s polyethylene resin over powdercoated aluminum (i.e. indestructible). Those happy cushions? They’re made of bluechip outdoor fabric Sunbrella (aka they’re fade-proof). This price? Half off. (Now that’s cushy.)
Crate & Barrel (Originally $1,799, now $898)
Tasteful neutral colors + a tiny square-space footprint + value pricing (78 percent off!) = “Let’s have dinner on the deck.”
Joss and Main (Originally $1,099, now $240)
The generous size (4.9 x 6.9 feet) is going to pull the whole space together and cover those stones/tiles/uneven bricks that are looking a bit worn.
World Market (Originally $90, now $23)
Just how your midcentury armchair ties the living room together, a one-off chair outside just magically makes the area feel complete. We vote for an Adirondack chair; its classic lines will complement all decors, no matter how modern or traditional.
Wild Card Decoration
No matter what your decor style, you need a “wow!” moment. Here it is: Glowing white or in color, these waterproof balls look festive floating in the pool or dotting the lawn. Because everyone needs to feel a little Gatsby, even if it’s just drinking a Trader Joe’s Pinot on a rando Tuesday after work.
Frontgate (Originally $79 to $189, now $59 to $149)