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The Best Patio Furniture (and More!) for Your Backyard

Fire up the grill! We found some of the best patio furniture to make your summer dreams come true.

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Concrete and Wood Console Tablevia

Concrete and Wood Console Table

A console table might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of patio furniture. But it’s a versatile piece that can be used for serving food, displaying outdoor lanterns or providing an eating area when square footage is limited. This waxed concrete console table ($1,138) will give your patio that perfect modern-rustic vibe.

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Wicker and Teak Patio Dining Setvia

Wicker and Teak Patio Dining Set

This trestle table dining set ($3,900) gives you the cozy-casual look of wicker, but with a nice, durable finish. The all-weather wicker stands up to outdoor moisture, and the easy-to-clean seat cushions won’t fade in the sun. You can also build your own patio chairs with these project plans.

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Acacia Wood Chaise Loungevia

Acacia Wood Chaise Lounge

If you plan on hosting any pool parties this summer, a couple of lounge chairs are a must-have. We love the vintage look of these wood chaise lounge chairs ($450 for a set of two). And the handy built-in wheels make them easy for your guests to scoot around for maximum mingling.

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Outdoor Counter Height Stoolsvia

Outdoor Counter Height Stools

Coastal style meets modern Danish design with these teak wood outdoor stools ($530 for a set of two). Set them up next to your outdoor bar or at a counter-height table, and let the party begin!

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Bamboo Patio Daybed with Cushionsvia

Bamboo Patio Daybed with Cushions

Turn your backyard into a resort with a patio daybed ($700). These unique circular beds are always fun; perfect for lounging with a book and cool drink, or using as cozy seating for an outdoor party.

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Faux Cement Outdoor Accent Tablevia

Faux Cement Outdoor Accent Table

Whether you set up your outdoor space with chairs, a sofa or lounge seating; you’ll need an accent table or two. Easy-to-move pieces like this faux cement table ($130) are perfect for setting down your drink or plate of food. When not in use during a party, use it to hold a planter with kitchen herbs.

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Gray Adirondack Chairvia

Gray Adirondack Chair

You just can’t beat a classic Adirondack chair ($130). The timeless design will ensure your patio never goes out of style. And we love this particular model for its modern gray finish and U.V.-protected paint.

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Wicker Rattan Sofavia

Wicker Rattan Sofa

To make your outdoor living space extra inviting, trade in the traditional patio chairs for an outdoor sofa ($673). Your guests will love relaxing and socializing on this comfy piece. The best part? No need to worry about that spilled salsa with these machine washable cushion covers!

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Basket Lounger Chat Setvia

Basket Lounger Chat Set

This 5-piece patio set ($1,000) includes an accent table, two chairs and two ottomans for throwing your feet up after mowing the lawn. We love how the sleek lines and teak wood construction give the furniture a mid-century modern feel.

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Hunter Matte Black Ceiling Fanvia

Hunter Matte Black Ceiling Fan

If you’re hosting a cookout under a pergola on a hot summer day, get the air circulating with an outdoor ceiling fan. Look for a model without a light kit, like this sleek matte black fan ($216), to keep your patio looking clean and streamlined.

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Erica Young
Erica Young is a freelance writer and content creator, specializing in home and lifestyle pieces. She loves writing about home decor, organization, relationships, and pop culture. She holds a bachelor's degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from Arizona State University, the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.