Outdoor furniture is taking cues from modern interiors and hospitality design. Outdoor spaces are reveling in vibrant colors, and metallic accents. They’re being elevated by pieces that reflect the Scandinavian ethos of simplicity and tranquility and the romantic allure of modern Italian craftsmanship. In collaboration with Casual News Now Editor in Chief, Alex Milstein, we explore the trends elevating outdoor design. Click play on the video below to watch our discussion:
Indoor furniture is being reimagined to withstand the elements outside
Indoor-to-Outdoor: Collections originally crafted for indoor use are now being reimagined for the great outdoors. Designers are fusing comfort with durability to create furniture that seamlessly transitions between living room and patio. Pieces, like the Glanter & Jones heated seating systems, invite you to experience the cozy ambience of the indoor favorites while embracing the great outdoors.
Outdoor living rooms are embracing bold colors
Bright, Saturated Colors: For so long, neutrals have been in, but this season, vibrant, eye-catching hues take center stage in outdoor furniture design. From electric blues to fiery reds and sunny yellows, these bold colors of Nanimarquina’s outdoor rugs and poufs and Saba Italia’s outdoor decorative dividers, inject a sense of playfulness and energy into an outdoor oasis, transforming spaces into a vibrant sanctuary.
Clean, modern lines blend with the outdoors
Outdoor furniture with sleek profiles and minimalist silhouettes creates a sophisticated atmosphere. Modern pieces, like the 13 Desserts’ Grand Ribaud nautical chair, effortlessly blend with the natural surroundings.
Glamming-up the great outdoors
Metallic accents infuse a touch of glamour into outdoor spaces. We are seeing lots of brass and silver frames, like those on the Lloyd Flanders’ Solstice collection. The interplay between light and metal creates an enchanting visual experience, elevating outdoor aesthetics to new heights.