Fall Outdoor Trends 7 looks to try at home

Fall is officially here, and not a moment too soon. Because for the sunshine state, that means the days of outdoor living and al fresco dining are just getting started. And that can only mean one thing—time to get your backyard or patio ready. So bring on the best weather of the year with our favorite fall outdoor trends.

1. Fire Pit Table

 

Want a fire pit? Or a table? How about both! We love anything that has multi-purpose, and a fire pit table tops the outdoor fall trends list. You get all the cool ambiance of a fire pit, with the added function of a table to rest drinks and snacks.

2. Mixed Materials

 

Mixed materials are a trend that’s dominating the home décor scene, so why not bring it outside? A teak wood table paired with aluminum chairs is an easy way to get the look, and bonus points for being outdoor-friendly materials.

3. Make a Color Statement

 

One of the best parts of outdoor décor is the opportunity to have some fun, so go for a bold color choice. Try a brightly patterned area rug, which will help define the space and make if feel like a real outdoor room. Of course, be sure to choose one that is specifically made to withstand the elements.

 

 

And if bold colors just aren’t you thing, you can never go wrong with a monochromatic color scheme. Try going all gray for a modern take on a classic neutral.

4. Chat Sets

 

Chat sets are a perfect solution for a patio, balcony, or any smaller outdoor space. They typically come as three-piece set, offering plenty of value and function without taking up too much room. Plus, they come in a variety of styles you can personalize to your taste and needs!

5. Pattern Play

 

Patterns are having their moment in the sun right now, and we do mean that literally. The trick is sticking to three patterns in complementary colors. We also recommend mixing up geometric shapes (like stripes) with an organic pattern (like florals). And of course, choose weather-friendly fabrics like ours, which have been tested for up to 1,000 hours of direct sunlight.

6. Rug Layering

 

Fall means it’s time to layer up—only we’re not talking about sweaters. Instead, take this style tip to the floors and layer your area rugs. Start with a larger, neutral base and then top with a smaller, patterned area rug. It’s that easy!

7. Hanging Chair

 

Think of it as a swing for adults, only way more comfortable. A hanging chair offers a gentle rocking that’s all kinds of relaxing, making it your new go-to spot. Plus, the unique design is a statement-maker in the backyard.