Bundle three items together and receive a 20% discount
The funky furniture factory logo


outdoor furniture

Are you planning to buy your first outdoor furniture? It’s an exciting moment for sure. But before you head out to shop, take a moment to consider the best all-weather pieces for your patio, deck, or porch. You wouldn’t want to end up with outdoor furniture that underwhelms. Trust me, I made that mistake, and I wish I had known better.

Here are four things you need to know before you choose the best outdoor furniture:

1. Cheap furniture may end up costing you more.

When you start shopping around for outdoor furniture, you’ll notice a wide range in prices. 

I was enticed by a faux wicker sectional I spotted on a discount website during a late-night web crawl. It was cheap and not ugly, so I thought it would be a great buy. However, I soon found out that our seating wouldn’t stay in place every time we sat down. The lightweight section was so flimsy that the seats would slide and the cushions would skate. 

The lesson: Don’t be swayed by the cheapest price you can find on outdoor furniture. The really cheap stuff tends to be lightweight and flimsy. That said, there are exceptions, such as our lightweight but well-made lounge chair from Ikea.

2. Consider the material.

When it comes to outdoor furniture, the material matters. You’ll want to choose a material that’s durable and weather-resistant. Common materials include wood, metal, and wicker. Each material has its pros and cons, so do your research and choose one that fits your style and needs.

3. Measure your space.

Before you buy any outdoor furniture, measure your space to ensure that it will fit comfortably. You don’t want furniture that’s too large or too small. Plus, you’ll want to leave room for walkways and other outdoor activities.

4. Don't forget about comfort.

Finally, don’t forget about comfort. You’ll want to choose furniture that’s not only stylish but also comfortable. After all, you’ll be spending a lot of time lounging and entertaining outdoors. Look for furniture with thick cushions and sturdy frames.

In conclusion, buying outdoor furniture can be an exciting experience, but it’s important to do your research and choose wisely. Don’t be swayed by the cheapest price, consider the material, think about storage, measure your space, and don’t forget about comfort. By following these tips, you’ll be able to find the best outdoor furniture for your home and enjoy your outdoor space for years to come.

Leave a Comment


Not much Dexterity You don’t need much mastery, you can lay the sheet of fabric, leaving no bubbles. It