Outdoor Furniture Options for the Cabin

Great outdoor furniture for kicking back at the cabin.

By Lisa Readie Mayer, Cabin Living Magazine

1. It’s Nap Time Somewhere

Lake Cabin FurnitureLazy cabin afternoon? This sturdy hammock is big enough for a nap for two, and the comfy built-in cushion will have you drifting off to dreamland in no time.
Pillowtop Hammock, www.hatterashammocks.com

2. Perfect Porch

furn2The view’s always better from a porch swing. This one’s made the old-fashioned way, with mortise-and-tenon joinery of lodgepole pine logs that were culled and skip-peeled by hand.
Montana Log Porch Swing, www.wayfair.com

3. Every Seat is Unique

furn3Handcrafted of teak planks recycled from retired Balinese fishing boats, each of these chairs is a work of art. The company’s purchase of materials supports Balinese fishermen and their families.
Max Chair, www.warehouse2120.com

4. Pop Goes the Table

furn4This bench has a table for two that pops up for impromptu picnics, then recesses seamlessly back into the seat. Position it under a shade tree or in the cabin garden, if you have one.
Eucalyptus Outdoor Bench with Built-in Pop-Up Table, www.plowhearth.com

5. Set It & Forget It

furn5These marine-grade polymer Adirondack chairs look like wood, but they are way more rugged. They won’t fade, warp or rust, and they’re hefty enough that a strong wind won’t blow them off the dock at your lakefront home.
Adirondack MGP Arm Chair, www.telescopecasual.com

6. A Little Birdie Told Me…

furn6This delightful bistro set provides the perfect spot to sip morning coffee. It looks like it was crafted from tree branches – little birdies included.
Bird Bistro Set, www.grandinroad.com

7. Affordable Luxury

furn7Brown Jordan, a manufacturer known for its ultra-premium (and pricy) patio furniture, now makes an affordable line for Home Depot. The richly textured Northshore Collection features handwoven, weather-resistant resin wicker with Sunbrella cushions.
Brown Jordan Northshore Collection, www.homedepot.com



Posted by Scott Freerksen “The Lake Guy”

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