79 Eclectic Outdoor Chairs
Whether we're soaking in the rays or watching the sun go down, we all love spending time outdoors — especially if our patio furniture is comfortable. Finding the right outdoor chairs can make or break your time outside; after all, an uncomfortable chair, or complete lack of seating, makes your patio, porch or deck much less appealing. Fortunately, there are a lot of options out there. Adirondack chairs are trendy right now, and much less expensive than a full-blown patio set. Rocking chairs, swings and gliders are classic porch staples, while lounge chairs ensure ultimate relaxation. Read on for more details about your options. More
O.K., so they may not be the MOST comfortable seats around, but their sculptural beauty adds eclectic style to the garden.
Plop some pillows inside, give me a good book and a breezy day and I am good to go in this beautiful hanging chair!
This chair is definitely an original. The back and the seat are chain link attached to a steel base. What a clever use of old fencing. A couple of these would look great with a bistro table.
This whimsical bistro side chair reminds us of turn of the century design in France, and is hand-forged by a blacksmith in France, carrying on the tradition of design and craftsmanship.
There is nothing that I don't love about this chair. After I feel like i have seen everything that IKEA has to offer 1000 times over, a gem like this comes up and totally destroys that theory.
BROMMÖ Deck chair
This rocker is a completely different take on the traditional front porch version. The curved wood is used to make unique armrests and rockers. I love the geometric shapes they make.
Inspired by 19th-century tea plantation furniture, this colorful, hand-woven wicker collection would be equally at home in a cottage or a grand setting. Our Lake House Wicker Collection is perfect for your lake house or any house. Comfortable and casual, yet also elegant. Hand-stained wicker...
This is the ultimate in eco-friendly AND minimalist design. This lawn chair is hand made and fold down into a pallet shape that's perfect for stacking. This is very clever.
I couldn't help myself. While I'm not as into princesses and Barbie, you will be your kids' hero if you buy this and put it on your back deck. Be playful, be fun!
This woven chair looks aged from wear, but is actually given this look from its natural fibers. This is for inside use only.
A set of vintage wooden deck chairs with gorgeous Pendleton fabric seats would be a great pop of pattern in my otherwise simple abode.
These chairs certainly aren't the most practical, but they've been a favorite of mine from the minute I laid eyes on them. With some cute cushions they may actually be pretty comfy, too.
Le Versha Chair
This chair definitely has a bohemian vibe. I would add a much more colorful pillow to bring out the funkiness of this chair.
Princess Hammock Chair
This is definitely a unique piece for any outdoor space, but in a subtle natural rattan with a white cushion, it's not obtrusive. It swivels — so it's perfect for keeping your iPad in the shade.
Not only is this incredibly fun chair ecofriendly in recyclable plastic in 14 vibrant UV-resistant colors, but it's big enough for two to enjoy. For indoors or out, these chairs go everywhere, and I want one on wheels for my place.
Here's a laid-back spot for your porch or backyard. There's just enough of a tilt in the back to ensure you'll never want to get out of this armchair.Dimensions: 39"H x 25"W x 24"D; seat is 15"H. Made of rattan.
This classic 19th century French bistro chair comes in an array of colors and will add cheer to your patio, porch, or eat-in kitchen.
I saw these chairs at a showcase house not too long ago and they stole the spotlight from the amazing view of the balcony on which they were located. And with the Golden Gate Bridge in the distance, that's really saying something.
I would love a few of these deck chairs from Gallant & Jones to place in my backyard for summer afternoon reading! The fabric sling and pillow are removable and interchangeable, so you can swap them out from year to year, and the hardwood frames are handmade with care, so they'll last forever.
These whimsical chairs would set the tone for a garden tea party. I like the idea of mixing and matching them in different colors.
Hippy, crazy and fun, obviously this is gypset. This outdoor Swingasan is made of woven synthetic rattan, which means you can leave it out year-round and/or take it in during the winter for a groovy change of pace in a bedroom.
This chair is not only rustic but impressively imposing. Imagine sitting in a throne carved from the roots of a teak tree - unique experience.
This colorful wrought iron chair just says "garden party." I think it would also look just right around an old wood table in a breakfast nook.
Dress up the patio with a few neon yellow chairs. They feel way more modern and cool than the dark, ho-hum patio furniture you can find anywhere.
This whimsical wrought iron chair looks like it belongs in a Paris apartment. It's perfect for a small round breakfast table or a balcony.
I'm not sure whether this recyclable polyethylene chair in the Baroque style is meant to amuse or not, but you can't take it all that seriously in its array of acid hues. It's pure fun! I love the idea of a backyard throne of sorts to sit in with a book.
This stunning bonnet chair provides optimum protection from the sun, while being a riot of color on any patio or sun room. Dramatic and comfortable, it features a solid iron frame, intricately hand-woven in bright resin wicker in shades of teal, green, pink, white, and orange. For added fun,...
These Greek key chairs, in wrought iron or aluminum and your choice of color, would make a stunning set with a dining table for al fresco dining.
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