339 chaise patio Kids Products
Everyone needs a swing IN the house. This trumps a slide any day, and it will add hours of fun during those cold winter months.
We're all looking for more storage and the Toy/Chaise offers a large chest as well as drawers for a variety of storage options. Doubling as a striking piece of furniture that anchors the room, the design provides seating against the molded ply backrest in the short or long orientation for sitting...
Kidlets need to be able to stretch out and relax too! This outdoor chaise with a matching umbrella will allow for sophisticated relaxation.
If you have a yen for the tropics all year long, then take a look at this lushly patterned fabric with its bold floral pattern. Give life to your old couch or chaise. Available in three colors with a two-yard minimum purchase.
Can you have too many excuses to languish by the poolside? With this marvelous Mediterranean-inspired Bella-Dura fabric, you’ll have one more reason to go out and sunbathe. The luxe meander pattern invites you to pay a little worship to the sun on your chaise, settee or other upholstered...
St Tropez Fabric
This is a sculptural animal pal and a colorful chair. Perfect for a child's room or playroom, it can even withstand the elements outdoors on the patio.
The creation of top clothing designer, Trina Turk, this F. Schumacher patterned floral acrylic fabric will lend an island influence to your patio or deck furniture. In deeply saturated aqua, hibiscus or sulfur. There is a two-yard minimum order.
If you're a DIYer, then you'll love putting your own touches on this unfinished kids' picnic table. Paint it any way you like or just leave it natural, it's up to you!
If you prefer a chair in your nursery instead of a chaise, I'd recommend a rocker. There's something really special about rocking your babies and reading stories to them.
For the truly modern-minded parent, and nuts-and-bolts kind of kid, this quirky seat is like nothing else you'll find. Made from a single block of polyurethane foam, this seating offers both strength and cushion. Whether you have a teenager looking to relax with a book or video games, or a toddler...
This indoor/outdoor abstract upholstery-weight fabric by Mokum should look mighty fine against your teak chaise lounge.
I first spied this fabric while completing a Houzz Tour. It's by Lee Industries, which is known for sustainable manufacturing practices and eco-friendly finishes. Besides all of those good things, it's simply beautiful to look at.
I love this pattern. It's atypical from what I've seen around in the home decor realms. While it is a bold print, it's in a neutral tone, which would be perfect for mixing with other prints.
Theo Fabric, Marble
Who wouldn't want a little Greek Isles inspiration in their own backyard? Cover your outdoor furniture in this sturdy fabric from Schumacher, and you'll feel transported in no time.
If you like Trina Turk's Palm Springs–fabulous dresses, you likely love her indoor-outdoor fabric as well. I'd use this vibrant pattern outside to punch up some poolside patio furniture.
This would make a beautiful sofa. It would be a statement without being flashy or trendy, and the dark, neutral color would mix well with printed pillows and drapes.
Lattice Bamboo Fabric
Bold, bright and beautiful. Thomas Paul delivers accessible style through his partnership with Duralee.
Appropriately named "Scallop," Studio Bon has created fabric in the quintessential repeated-shell pattern.
I'd choose the plain option, but boy, a toadstool is a pretty awesome find for a kid's room. I'd love to see a couple paired with a really modern white crafting table.
Handmade Bamboo Stools
I love the way this fabric is geometric and a bit exotic. It comes in a range of beautiful colors, but the bubble gum pink is the most fun hue in the bunch.
Annie Selke Links Fabric
This wonderful circles print has become a classic. I think if Charles and Ray were alive today they would have loved this fabric.
I love the way the geometry of this Peter Dunham print palys with my eyes. It's perfect for a Hollywood Regency room, a Dorothy Draper-esque Palm Beach room, an exotic room, or as and accent in a contemporary room.
Every time I go to Ikea, my kids love taking turns getting in this egg chair, closing the hatch and spinning each other until they're delightfully dizzy.
As an alternative to a more involved bike, this simple scooter is perfect for a patio. With a modern style, this classic Radio Flyer scooter will let your kid glide safely and gleefully around your home.
The highly rated KidKraft Kayla dollhouse is a pink and purple dream house for little girls. Made of sturdy wood, it features large windows, a staircase connecting the first and second floors, an outdoor patio area and 10 pieces of furniture.
KidKraft Kayla Dollhouse
I wish we'd had this adorable wooden swing when my daughter was younger. It looks like it belongs in a natural setting, unlike those ubiquitous plastic toddler swings you see everywhere.
Top off bold patterned wallpaper with softer accents. A classic floral will both stand the test of decorating time and will play off of the various colors in the room. This fabric covering throw pillows or a bench would be a great accent piece to orange or brown wallpaper.
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