Primp My Patio: Trends 2013

Meet the patio furniture trends of 2013! Here’s a quick run-down of what’s up-and-coming in the world of outdoor living.

Mix ‘N’ Match

Two materials marry in a single piece, or a table from one collection finds company with chairs from another. Sometimes two things that don’t seem compatible combine to create the most beautiful harmony.

Mix 'N' Match

From left to right:

Bella All-Weather Wicker Patio Dining Set // Sunqueen All-Weather Wicker and Wood Conversation Set // Whitman Extension Patio Dining Set

Aged To Perfection

If you prefer pieces with a little more … character, the reclaimed look will be right up your refurbished alley. Think weathered woods with perfectly (or imperfectly) rubbed-through finishes, earthy, more natural-looking resin wicker, and distressed surfaces on outdoor benches and deck boxes.

Rio Wicker Conversation Set

Pop Goes The Patio

Nothing brings a backyard space to life easier than color. This year, surround yourself with jewel-toned cushions, pillows, shades, and curtains. Turquoise looks great with everything, and bursts of green and yellow add instant cheer.

Pop Goes The Patio

Clockwise from far left:

Ulani Outdoor Curtain Panel // Bella Flora Outdoor Chaise Lounge Cushion // Ulani Adirondack Chair Cushion

In The Round

All are equal at a round table and when it comes to chatting, the shape is naturally conducive to the flow of conversation. An absence of hard edges makes the circular trend welcoming and organically at home in nature.

Meridian All-Weather Wicker Patio Dining Set

Winging It

Whether it’s a subtle nod to this classic style or the real deal, the wingback chair is back for this outdoor season. So don your ascot and pour a fine sherry because it’s time for a little refined relaxation.

Winging It

Clockwise from top left:

Lloyd Flanders Natchez All-Weather Wicker High-Back Lounge Chair // Lloyd Flanders Classic High-Back Rounded Dining Chair // Sahara All-Weather Wicker Patio Set

– Lisa, Editing Supervisor, Outdoor

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