Outdoor furniture designs to help you have the most comfortable summer

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Since COVID-19 shook up our world, we find ourselves spending more and more time at home. However, sitting in the same old four walls of our bedroom can get pretty boring, and sometimes the only fresh air we really get is when we step out into our yards. While we shouldn’t underestimate our backyards, they can be major places of entertainment, recreation and relaxation…depending on how we design them! Adding some comfortable and interesting outdoor furniture can really transform our yards. From an outdoor kitchen + bar to a revamped, comfy hammock – we’ve picked out a bunch of exciting furniture designs that will completely brighten up your garden! You don’t have to leave your house to have a good time now. Enjoy!

1. Cabin luggage

Whether you’re hiking, planning to go fishing, or just want to hang out by the lake, foldable and portable furniture is sure to be on your priority list. A range of relatively luxurious, ultra-light foldable furniture that fits into a travel trolley that you can carry around after you; Designer Eunsol Lee’s Bungalow luggage paves the way for unique camping experiences.

Why is this remarkable?

There is no shortage of foldable camping chairs and tables. You can even choose a table and chair set off the shelf, but this portable furniture set idea has its own merits. Unlike other foldable metal rod furniture for outdoors, this one designed for National Geographic is convenient to carry. Simply fold the two chairs and the table into their bags and the trio sits evenly in a suitcase you can lug around. This ease of portability also comes in handy when you want to fit the furniture in the trunk of the car.

What we like

  • Packaged in a sturdy travel cart style case
  • Metal spokes lined up like hollow table legs become the base for a wooden plank table top

What we don’t like

2. Triple

This modular furniture provides the user with a lounge chair on which he can lie down with support, or it can instantly transform into a low stool for the elderly who cannot sit cross-legged on the floor. And when you want to store your food or take a board game, the Threefold can become a sturdy table. The perfect companion for picnics and camping, the triple construction is supported by stretchers and is safe and secure to use.

Why is this remarkable?

There’s frankly no shortage of adaptable furniture for picnics, camping and outdoor events, but the Threefold presents its own use case, thanks to its incredible versatility and effortless flipping and fast. This is essentially true since the traditional mats we carry outside are limited in shape. Cloth mats would provide more comfort, compared to a semi-wooden mat like the Triple, however, its application is limited. If you had realized, it excludes a part of users who cannot sit on the ground from the convenience and comfort, requiring you to carry an extra folding chair. The conceptual Threefold outdoor furniture here extends adaptability to everyone’s needs in a useful unit.

What we like

  • Converts into a lounge chair, stool and coffee table
  • Safe and robust design

What we don’t like

  • Not very aesthetic

3. Gravity

This new line of outdoor furniture is called Gravitas and its look and design is essentially ‘gritty’.

Why is this remarkable?

It seems sturdy enough to withstand high winds, rain and snow, although the steel material might make it a little too warm when the sun is well and truly up in the summer. The galvanized grating design for this “all-weather and versatile” furniture is perfect for a garden, patio or the outdoor seating of a cafe or restaurant with an industrial look or theme.

What we like

  • Robust and infallible body
  • Waterproof

What we don’t like

  • Not the most aesthetically pleasing design

4. The Outlaw Bike

What if you could cycle to work and dismantle it at your destination and reassemble it as a chair to sit on in the meeting room? It’s not easy for industrial designers to create a product disguised as a completely different idea. This is how the Outlaw Bike was born in Brazil. We can argue, and you’ll read why later, that the bike is designed as an awareness campaign against the Brazilian tax system, but it’s actually a project that will have many minds hooked on the idea of ​​industrial gains.

Why is this remarkable?

The bike, designed by Cardoso Cycles for a collaborative awareness campaign by Talent Marcel and Bicycling Magazine, can be disassembled instantly to be assembled into a chair and table. The idea is to draw the attention of the Brazilian tax administration to the tax burden that affects bicycle sales in the country.

What we like

  • The furniture or the bike are made from the same parts and the same material. It’s just that they’re put together differently

What we don’t like

  • The design may seem unnecessary to some

5. The OO X Plasticiet Stool

OO STOOL x PLASTICIET Designer Limited Edition

OO STOOL x PLASTICIET Limited Edition Series

Discover the OO Stool X Plasticiet. The limited edition series is a new version of the kit stool. It is a more sustainable version because it is made of plastic waste.

Why is this remarkable?

The OO Stool X Plasticiet can be flat for packaging and transport. It can also be considered by Ikea as the original OO stool. The latter was also considered to be environmentally friendly as it was made using CNC from different types of materials like wood, bamboo, plastic, plain panels and reclaimed doors.

What we like

  • Flat design
  • Beautiful colorful pattern

What we don’t like

6. The Tripper

Nicknamed Tripster, this unique portable chair from Trippy Outdoor is a handy little piece you can store in your garage or the back of your car and pull out when you need it!

Why is this remarkable?

I had to stop myself from calling the Tripster a foldable chair because honestly, it doesn’t really fold. Built with a unique yet incredibly simple assembly mechanism, the Tripster plugs and unplugs efficiently, switching between what is essentially a comfortable high-backed outdoor chair and two easy-to-store pieces of wood.

What we like

  • Creates a seating device that moves exceptionally well and is a breeze to install
  • Light form

What we don’t like

7. Air

Meet Aeri, an inflatable awning you can carry anywhere in a backpack and inflate in 3 minutes with the press of a single button. Aeri helps you effortlessly set up an awning or outdoor shelter in an instant. Designed for outdoor recreational use, Aeri can easily be taken to the beach, campsite, park, or even your backyard. It uses a four-pillar arch design that provides perfect shelter from the sun, wind, and rain, and its fully inflatable design runs on a rechargeable air pump that can be operated independently by one person without any assistance.

Why is this remarkable?

The patent pending inflatable shelter fits in an average sized backpack and when unfolded can comfortably provide a 10ft x 10ft shelter for an entire family or group of 5-6 people. Its UV-blocking fabric works wonders against the sun, creating a shaded sanctuary from the sun’s rays, and the fabric is even waterproof, making Aeri ideal for wet weather too. Although Aeri doesn’t come with metal supports like traditional tents or awnings, it makes up for that with clever arched architecture. Arched pillars create a rigid support structure that stays stable even in windy conditions, and if things get too out of hand, Aeri’s built-in tethering system lets you tie it down to the ground.

What we like

  • Ultralight
  • Easily transportable

What we don’t like

  • Unsuitable for extreme weather conditions

8. The Circle

The Circle frame is designed to perform it all, whether it’s sitting, cooking, working, resting or even sleeping. So this two-wheeled paradise is all you need to be classified as a 21st century mad nomad that leaves virtually no carbon footprint when exploring solo.

Why is this remarkable?

If you notice closely, the circular frame of the bike holds the foldable daybed supports in the middle. The frame can be oriented for multiple functions – for example, for sleeping at night or as a chair for a comfortable working position or as a lounge chair in a scenic location. So when it’s time to hit the road, the lounge kickstand folds down to become part of the bike’s frame for hassle-free pedaling.

What we like

  • You can pitch a one-person tent around the frame of the bike to protect you from the elements and the cold at night
  • Can be used for multiple functions

What we don’t like

9. Bar Mobile Convivium

This modular outdoor kitchen – which includes a bar – is made of weather-resistant corten steel, like the brand’s other home and garden products.

Why is this remarkable?

Beautifully appointed for cooking and serving cocktails outdoors, this outdoor kitchen is equipped with an electric, gas or charcoal grill and a wooden cutting board to meet cooking needs. A kitchen is not complete without its washing area – Convivium Mobile Bar features a stainless steel sink with pull-out taps, so the sheer appeal and distinctive aspects of the design are retained.

What we like

  • You have the choice of choosing different modules of Convivium Mobile Bar – you can choose from the two sizes – the whole kitchen and bar or just the complete kitchen with the steel sink

What we don’t like

10. Le Cacon

The Cacoon is your hammock upgrade that you can hang from anywhere and instantly make it your cozy little zen space!

Why is this remarkable?

Designed to look like a hammock, but give you the recreation and shade of a tent, the Cacoon is perfect for turning any space into an area of ​​instant recreation and relaxation. The Cacoon is available in different colors and sizes, so you can choose between going solo or relaxing with your crew.

What we like

  • Portable design
  • Available in different sizes to meet your different needs

What we don’t like

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