When choosing outdoor patio furniture for your home, there are a number of features to consider, including choosing a material – such as cast aluminum or synthetic wicker – that won’t rust and will hold up to the elements.

The Martha Stewart Living line of outdoor furniture comes in a range of styles, colors, and materials that will hold up to the sun and rain. Martha Stewart Living outdoor furniture is available at The Home Depot.

Watch this video to find out more.

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You know when you’re choosing outdoor furniture, you can see the options are endless. But there are a couple of things that you need to consider when you’re thinking about what you want.

First of all, do you want a dining room set? Do you want a living room set? What’s your budget? What’s your style? Take a look at this, this is a good example by Martha Stewart Living. This is cast aluminum, so it’s great construction. It’s not going to rust, it’s not going to break down over time. It’s got a glass top, and it’s very decorative, if you like that style.

Another thing to consider, do I want stationery chairs? Or look at this, do I want to have a little bit of a swivel? And also do I want to have cushions that are made from weather resistant materials?

Now, if you’re not into the dining room scene, and you want to create more of a living room scene for your outdoor living space, take a look at this right here. Now, what I like about it is that these pieces are sold individually, and it’s made to look like real wicker. But this one right here is actually synthetic, so it’s not going to mildew, it’s not going to break down, and it’s very attractive.

It just depends upon your style, your taste, and also your budget. You can create an outdoor living space that you’ll definitely be proud of.

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13 COMMENTS

  1. I have the “wicker” chair and ottoman with green cushions that Jodie talks about in this video. I love sitting on them outside to read. Very comfortable and study. Another great suggestion by Jodie!

  2. Can sunbrella cushions be substituted and purchased for regular cushions when purchasing new outdoor patio furniture from Martha Stewart Linving?

  3. The green chairs do break down , the bottom that supports the cushion has completely broke in the middle. We are not heavy set people.

  4. The soft protecktors under my patio metal chairs
    Has fallen out where can I find replacement s
    For them, without them my tile floor gets ruined.
    Looking forward to the answer
    Ninna

  5. I purchased a patio set about four years ago from Home Depot, up until last year they were in an enclosed area, I have put them on a patio this past year and the cushions have faded terribly, how do I go about getting warranty on these cushion. They are called grand basket co inc. reg.no.ca.34282(ny)

    • Hi, Denise,
      TodaysHomeowner.com features home improvement advice from the nationally syndicated TV show “Today’s Homeowner” and its experts.
      We don’t offer information on individual home builders, repairers and suppliers, but we encourage checking your local phone listings for this information.
      Thanks for your question, and good luck!

  6. I bought full set from Home Depot about 3 years ago . Number 1) The cushions are hard to replace ..cant find same cushions. Number 2) The chairs are getting holes in them where we sit and in front panel . This set has been completely covered from sun and rain since we bought it. To be able to buy new cushions ..cost as much as a new set !

  7. The Charlottesville swivel chairs are nice looking but junk. Both of my original 2 the swivel got wonky and now 1 of the next 2 we bought is completely toast and the second is on its way. No one sells it anymore…wonder why? Good look and matches our other furniture but junk.

  8. Our synthetic wicker has lost its brown color in places. Some looks faded other places look completely white. How can I put the color back on so that it does not rub off on clothes?

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