10 New Outdoor Furniture Pieces That Will Take Your Backyard from Hot to Haute

10 New Outdoor Furniture Pieces That Will Take Your Backyard from Hot to Haute

Courtesy the Designers

It’s that time of year again when all our thoughts turn to getting our outdoor spaces ready for summer entertaining. Whether it’s a pool party, an alfresco dinner, or a leisurely afternoon spent lounging under the sun, style is just as important out of doors as it is in. Thankfully, this season there are more fun, colorful options in the outdoor furniture category than ever before, from bright blue sofas to burnished red dining tables. Here, designers Danielle Fennoy, owner of Revamp Interior Design, and Poonam Khanna, founder of Unionworks, give us the low-down on some of this season’s best new pieces for the porch, the patio, and more.

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Poonam Khanna: I want to put a pair of these around a massive fire pit.

Danielle Fennoy: I’m loving its clean lines and flexibility.

162” w. x 116” d. x 34.5” h.



Dr. Johnson Tennis Umpire Chair

DF: This could work even if you don’t have a court.

PK: It’s genius! I love the story of Dr. Johnson and his legacy of opening tennis up to players of color.

24.5” w. x 53” d. x 80” h.



Objet Nomades Lounge Chair by Frank Chou

PK: The graceful lines and that curving gesture are perfectly balanced.

DF: This is that piece that’s off in the distance and draws your eye near.

39.5” w. x 34” d. x 31” h.


DF: Cork is a great neutral that works with nearly any color.

PK: It feels either like a minimalist sculpture or a playful take on a classic architectural form.

34” w. x 17” d. x 16” h.



Borea Sunbed Lounge by Piero Lissoni

PK: This reminds me of a ladybug—so joyful.

DF: The deep red metal frame is anything but boring.

83” w. x 59” d. x 13.5” h.


DF: This fun piece just needs some bold printed pillows to soften its boxiness.

PK: I like how this refers to traditional outdoor teak furniture and reinterprets it.

94.5” w. x 31.5” d. x 28” h.

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Grande Arche Dining Table

PK: It’s great how the detail of the legs adds a bit of a twist to the design.

DF: The color is muted and divine, which is a welcome feature for an outdoor table.

87” w. x 39” d. x 29” h.



Murtoli Settee by Christian Werner

DF: The sinuous curves would beautifully anchor a larger seating group.

PK: It feels like a social piece that wants to be used in multiples.

95” w. x 47” d. x 32” h.



Iquo Café Armchair by Ini Archibong

PK: The perfect chair when you have space constraints.

DF: This is giving me some super midcentury vibes.

23.5″ w. x 22.5″ d. x 31″ h.



Dine Out Table by Rodolfo Dordoni

DF: I would put it in a clean, modern environment.

PK: The green terrazzo is my personal favorite.

55” dia. x 28.9” h



Danielle Fennoy and Poonam Khanna

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