HOW TO MIX & MATCH OUTDOOR FURNITURE

Jun. 13, 2014

A few days ago I posted my top ten outdoor dining chairs under $200. Instead of just doing the same for outdoor dining tables, I decided to show you how I would mix and match the chairs I selected with dining tables. My favorite outdoor dining spaces are those that forgo the matched set, but instead create an inviting scene by mixing materials and colors. I’ve created a few different looks to suit different decor styles, as well those those of you with smaller areas to work with. I hope you find this helpful and most of all, have fun with it!

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I love using large farmhouse style tables for outdoor spaces with plenty of room. They are so cozy and inviting. Just imagine all the great parties you can host with one of these at your disposal!

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In small spaces I prefer to use round tables. I just think it looks better, especially for apartment balconies that tend to be square or rectangular shaped.

1. SHOP THE LOOK: Large Spaces
Nantucket Industrial
Hampstead Dining Table
Carlisle Dining Chairs Set of 2

English Garden
Ceylon Whitewash Dining Table
Ballard Designs Cafe Folding Chairs Set of 2

Modern Beach House
Dockside Dining Table
Room & Board Bellini Chair

2. SHOP THE LOOK: Small Spaces
Cote d’Azure
Ballard Designs Cafe Table
Safavieh Hooper Dining Chair Set of 2

Modern Louis
Saarinen Style Tulip Dining Table
Montclair Dining Armchair

European Elegance
Outdoor Aluminum Table
Ceylon Whitewash Dining Chair

Classic Cafe
Giardino Cafe Table
Overstock Metal Bistro Chairs Set of 2

  • Cami

    Cool. And yes, same here, I always love round tables for small areas. Other shapes seem to be taking too much space, so round is the best. šŸ™‚


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