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We talk about seasonal refreshes a lot: a throw pillow here, a bud vase there. These are all well and good, because they’re generally smaller updates that make you excited about your home again without breaking the bank. However, one thing that often falls to the wayside in these sporadic refreshes is outdoor furniture. Because they’re often made of weather-proof, durable materials, these pieces tend to be quite expensive, making patio decor a one-and-done purchase. So what happens when your tastes evolve or you find yourself craving an al fresco update? Allow us to introduce you to The Inside’s new outdoor furniture range: An eight-piece foray into designer-grade decor, without the accompanying price tag.
The whole range is fun, fresh, and (perhaps most importantly) affordable. It skews from $39 for a throw pillow to $179 for a sling chair and stool set, and includes the biggest staples of outdoor decor. Choose from a slew of different-sized pillows, cabana sling lounge chairs, stools, and even colorful tote bags—essentially, it’s summer on a webpage.
Fans of The Inside will surely recognize a few of their favorite prints from the brand’s numerous collaborations. Heritage brands (like Scalamandré) and high-end designers (like Peter Som and Clare V.) that have partnered with the company before have a selection of patterns in the new collection, so you can take your pick from a range of styles.
Stripes are a great option for a more classic look, and there are several simple shades to let you test out this timeless pattern; though we love the unexpected pairing of bright pink and orange courtesy of a Christene Barberich print, if you’re willing to try something more daring. For a smaller patio update, go all out with a statement-making printed pillow. Scalamandré’s animal-emblazoned designs are an all-time favorite.
Fancy yourself an early summer treat? Head to theinside.com to shop the just-launched collection.
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