Wooden Folding Chair Perfect For Outdoor Lounging


 

 

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Wooden beach chair,There’s no time like the present to spruce up your outdoor space. Whether you have a fire escape or a sprawling yard, there are a few things you can do to make your space feel cozier.

“Since many of us are stuck at home, we can leverage outdoor space to provide a reprieve and offer a change of scenery,” says Wood. “It’s important to get the fresh air you miss from those little moments of stepping out of the house now that there’s nowhere to go. If you can create an inviting outdoor space, it will make your home feel less cramped—offering a bonus room of sorts.”

“If you’re lucky enough to have a little yard or a balcony or a patio, make the most of it—add comfortable cushions, chairs, benches, whatever works for the layout you have,” she says. “The more inviting your space is, the more likely you are to take advantage of it. Even if it’s a tiny space, sitting outside and feeling the wind on your face, the sun on your skin, these are incredible indulgences.”

“For a small balcony or even a shared rooftop space, think versatility and dual-function furniture you can use indoors and outdoors,” says Ovesen.  “For example, our Barbet lounge chair looks great in your home but is also perfect for outdoor lounging”
“Umbrellas are a key component to the perfect patio,” says Wood. “Having an umbrella allows prolonged periods outside and gives you the opportunity to work on your laptop—so your outdoor space can be just as useful as your indoor living room. I love colorful umbrellas as they remind me of a beach vacation (one day we’ll meet again!), this red and white one from Target is a great price point for a fun pop of color!”

“An ’80s classic, the spaghetti armchair is great for a quick sun session on the fire escape and can be easily taken to the beach or the park,” says Wood.

If you have space for a permanent lounger, take advantage of it. “I love the minimal simplicity of CB2’s Idle II Sun Lounger,” says Wood. “With the adjustable back it’s perfect for napping in the sun or reading with a marg.”

There’s no time like the present to spruce up your outdoor space. Whether you have a fire escape or a sprawling yard, there are a few things you can do to make your space feel cozier.

“Since many of us are stuck at home, we can leverage outdoor space to provide a reprieve and offer a change of scenery,” says Wood. “It’s important to get the fresh air you miss from those little moments of stepping out of the house now that there’s nowhere to go. If you can create an inviting outdoor space, it will make your home feel less cramped—offering a bonus room of sorts.”

“If you’re lucky enough to have a little yard or a balcony or a patio, make the most of it—add comfortable cushions, chairs, benches, whatever works for the layout you have,” she says. “The more inviting your space is, the more likely you are to take advantage of it. Even if it’s a tiny space, sitting outside and feeling the wind on your face, the sun on your skin, these are incredible indulgences.”

“For a small balcony or even a shared rooftop space, think versatility and dual-function furniture you can use indoors and outdoors,” says Ovesen.  “For example, our Barbet lounge chair looks great in your home but is also perfect for outdoor lounging”
“Umbrellas are a key component to the perfect patio,” says Wood. “Having an umbrella allows prolonged periods outside and gives you the opportunity to work on your laptop—so your outdoor space can be just as useful as your indoor living room. I love colorful umbrellas as they remind me of a beach vacation (one day we’ll meet again!), this red and white one from Target is a great price point for a fun pop of color!”

“An ’80s classic, the spaghetti armchair is great for a quick sun session on the fire escape and can be easily taken to the beach or the park,” says Wood.

If you have space for a permanent lounger, take advantage of it. “I love the minimal simplicity of CB2’s Idle II Sun Lounger,” says Wood. “With the adjustable back it’s perfect for napping in the sun or reading with a marg.”