5 wicker patio furniture pieces you need to perfect your patio for SS21
Here are the most lust-worthy wicker patio furniture pieces to invest in this spring season.
The warm weather has officially arrived, and there is only one thing on everyone's minds: where to buy garden furniture. With so many of us wanting to take our indoor activities outdoors, we are all in desperate need of finding the perfect outdoor dining table, the most comfortable set of seats, and everything in-between. However, locating such items is no easy task.
So this year, we have one minor solution to help save you from wasting hours searching for the wrong pieces: wicker patio furniture.
See: Backyard ideas – decor inspiration for outdoor spaces
Wicker patio furniture is the foolproof way to decorating your backyard in style while also knowing that you've invested in a sustainable product.
Wicker is incredibly strong and durable; coming in a few different materials – including rattan, reed, and bamboo – its toughness, weather-resistance and durability are unmatched.
We've rounded up five must-have wicker patio furniture suggestions to furnish your backyard with this SS21.
1. Start with an outdoor sectional
Cana Outdoor 3-Piece Sectional l
Was $1,5557, Now $1,427, at CB2
This light and airy modular design open up new possibilities for outdoor lounging. Designed by Mermelada Estudio, sectional spotlights an open weave of resin wicker and plush off-white cushions in a modern and manageable footprint. Perfect for large group settings or sprawling out and catching some rays.
2. Add in this perfect pack of patio chairs
Mulberry 2pk Patio Chair - Natural - Threshold for $400 at Target
Lend understated chic to your outdoor space with these warm and inviting two-pack patio chairs offering a cozy-comfy seating arrangement. Perfect for smaller spaces, this patio chair set includes two club chairs in natural brown with a wicker-like weave wrapped snugly around. The airy frames feature a medley of woven patterns, with plush seat cushions in crisp white offering a pop of contrast to your decor.
3. Create a conversation circle with this sofa
Sandy Cove Wicker Outdoor Sofa, with Sunbrella Cushion, Created for Macy's l
Was $1,999, Now $989.10, at Macy's
The Sandy Cove outdoor sofa offers a resin wicker structure in light dove over durable, rust-proof aluminum. Calming Canvas Spa-colored Sunbrella material adds ultra-soft elegance to this sofa, while its mildew- and fade-resistant composition guarantees years of luxurious lounging.
4. Opt for a luxurious lounger
Single Chaise Lounge with Cushion for $1,2999, at Pottery Barn
Pottery Barn has re-created the rich, textured look of fine wicker by hand-weaving slender strands of a rugged synthetic fiber together. The result? This durable, beautiful Palmetto single lounger can be customized to fit your backyard's outdoor aesthetic.
5. Reach for a versatile storage bench
Colbert Wicker Bench l
Was $739, Now $380, at Birch Lane
The best part about this wicker bench? It looks just as impressive at the end of your bed as it does sitting in the entryway. Constructed from a wooden frame and features woven abaca fibers that form a carefree, coastal reconnaissance. Factor in the wide apron, two-short angled sides, and the added-in polyester cushion with 100% cotton upholstery? It's the versatile piece you need.
Brittany Romano wrote for Homes & Gardens as a U.S. Shopping Editor. A graduate of New England College, Brittany started her career as a freelance fashion market assistant at Marie Claire. She later joined AMI, where she designed a highly profitable commerce vertical. Noted for her award-winning content, she's covered everything from celebrity beauty hacks to the most lavish home decor.
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