Rustic Wood Patio Furniture

rustic wood patio furniture

Create an inviting rustic-inspired patio with this collection. Choose from lounge chairs and sofas crafted from superior Indonesian teak wood.

Metal patio furniture features a minimalist style and can easily blend in with other materials in order to complement your decor. All-weather wicker is another popular choice, often boasting natural rattan looks with weathered wooden finishes for an alluring finish.

Vintage Patio Sets

Vintage patio sets can add an elegant flair to any outdoor space, providing dining, lounging and entertainment in comfort and style. Available in various sizes to fit into any deck or garden design.

The ideal vintage patio furniture sets are constructed from materials that resist corrosion, including rusting and mildew growth. Teakwood is an attractive yet resilient natural wood that naturally resists rusting; Eucalyptus wood offers similar resistance against decay, insects and decay rot damage – helping your vintage outdoor furniture last for many years to come.

Selecting the ideal patio furniture set is ultimately up to the individual. Some prefer rustic pieces with natural textures and wear while others favor more contemporary aesthetics with clean lines and brighter color palettes. 1stDibs features an impressive collection of antique and vintage patio sets to meet both of these requirements – such as elegant wrought iron sets that add elegance to backyard settings and breezy beachy wicker sets that bring beachy vibes right to their patios.

Metal patio furniture sets are both durable and easy to care for, complementing the architectural style of any home perfectly. Plus, with various finishes to choose from, it makes finding a suitable set easy! Wrought iron furniture has long been considered classic; more modern pieces may include aluminum; both materials provide similar classic looks at lower costs than their counterparts.

Vintage patio furniture sets made of steel or chromium offer less expensive alternatives to wrought iron and aluminum for everyday use, including steel and chromium. While these metals may last longer with proper care, they may not be suitable in cold climates where snow and ice could crack the furniture over time. A lightweight material such as synthetic resin rattan may offer better temperature regulation.

Vintage Chairs & Lounges

Vintage chairs and lounges add a timeless charm to any room, whether you’re searching for cozy wingback chairs or antique Victorian-style accent settees. At Urban Americana’s extensive vintage seating selection you will discover everything from sleek Scandinavian choices to Hollywood Regency and Art Deco silhouettes – there is sure to be something perfect.

Design and construction of chairs can help you assess their age and authenticity. For instance, those featuring hand-crafted joints over machine cut ones tend to date much further back. Asymmetrical designs also are an indication of age; after mass production made precisely cut furniture cheaper to produce with precisely aligned parts becoming common.

If you’re having difficulty identifying an authentic vintage chair, its type of wood and fabric or materials upholstered onto it could provide clues. Grain patterns in oak wood pieces could give away its age: If they feature dark and light grains striped with dark and light lines, this indicates pre-industrial production; otherwise a smooth piece could indicate machine-made production.

Some chairs are highly prized heirlooms and highly sought after as elegant works of furniture. Queen Anne wing chairs made in the late 1600s to early 1700s remain highly prized today; other 18th century pieces such as Thomas Chippendale’s elegant pieces also come highly coveted; his creations blend neoclassical straight lines with curvy curves of Greek Revival design for an aesthetic contrast that stands the test of time.

Urban Americana also features vintage lounge chairs designed to fit seamlessly into contemporary spaces, like those from Milo Baughman and Charles and Ray Eames. Like its other seating options, these vintage pieces boast high-quality materials, finishes, and design details that set them apart from mass-produced contemporary pieces – creating iconic chairs that can become the center of attention in your living room or den while adding timeless sophistication.

Vintage Tables & Chairs

Urban Americana’s collection of vintage-style tables will add something special to your outdoor space, whether dining alfresco or lounging on your deck. Choose a rustic table featuring weathered wash finish for casual gatherings with family and friends or opt for traditional trestle style pieces with extra seating space and easy maintenance needs.

Vintage tables come in all sorts of shapes and sizes to help you find something to complement the interiors of any space in your home. Antique dining tables make an eye-catching centerpiece to any dining area, featuring gorgeous wood grain patterns and intricate details. There are also industrial-designed options with trestle bases or steel frames, or farmhouse tables, library and telephone tables, drop-leaf gateleg tables, chess or game tables among others – you’re sure to find your ideal vintage table.

We carry an impressive selection of vintage chairs that perfectly match our tables, such as button-tufted chairs with classic nailhead trim and simple wood chairs with elegant profiles. In addition, we provide vintage benches ideal for creating an inviting dining area or kitchen island space.

The Alpine Manchester Light Grey & Vintage Black 7-Piece Dining Table Set brings elegance to any space with its combination of colors and timeless design. The gray tabletop boasts rivets at each corner as well as a ringed section below braces that demonstrates craftsmanship of this piece. Easily expandable using an 18″ leaf, while neutral tone upholstered chairs provide comfortable dining seating for you and your family.

Long Beach Vintage Furniture Store has everything you need to transform your outdoor living area into an eye-catching home. Shop vintage tables to find pieces perfect for your space, then complete it all with vintage accent tables or garden carts for that final flourish in outdoor areas.

Mid-Century Modern

Modern and rustic styles share many similarities; both emphasize clean lines and simplicity while leaning toward natural elements like wood. If you want to give your patio an earthy edge with modern aesthetic, mid-century modern outdoor furniture might be just what’s needed; dating back to the 1950s this versatile style was designed with proportions to work for small or large spaces alike.

Mid-century modern designs typically lean toward neutral colors like whites, grays and tans compared to the vibrant hues seen in contemporary decor. To maintain this timeless style on your patio, look for wooden chairs and tables featuring sleek lines and simple silhouettes such as this teak wood patio table featuring smooth top and tubular legs; its solid acacia construction provides durability against outdoor living elements as time goes on.

Consider this wood dining set for a luxurious outdoor dining experience, featuring an expandable middle section to accommodate more guests. Crafted from acacia wood, its frame has been treated with water-resistant teak oil to prolong its finish while adding visual interest with wood grain details and weather-resistant teak glass protecting from UV rays while showing off its beautiful wood grain pattern.

For an ultra-minimalistic approach to rustic decor, check out this concrete side table. Boasting both industrial style and rustic charm, it makes an ideal accent piece that works equally well in modern or rustic outdoor settings. The round cement tabletop features irregular dots for texture while resting atop an all-natural dark acacia wood base that matches both modern and rustic furniture colors perfectly.

Erin Williamson Design proves it’s possible to combine rustic log cabin aesthetic with modern home furnishings in one space. The wooden ceiling and floors give off that rustic cabin vibe, but modern touches like the striped throw and Eames lounge chairs add subtle modern elements with subtle appeal. A wide open floorplan featuring cozy stone fireplace and cobblestone accent walls completes this room perfectly.