Test-drive furniture before you buy. Sit in it, lie on it and envision it in your space.
Measure your space; lay out your design before buying.
Whether wood, wrought iron, wicker, aluminum or mixed materials, the style should fit your setting's ambience.
Quality costs more initially, but the furniture will last for years.
Specific pieces could result in a better-designed space. A teak storage bench can double as a table, seat or cooler. A baker's rack can be used for potted plants or to store dishes, place mats and art pieces.
A striking fountain, fire pit or sculpture can be the key element that ties your outdoor decor together.