If I could create an outdoor oasis next year…

I know that I would want furniture that could withstand the elements and the test of time. When purchasing outdoor furniture and pieces for your home that will last years and even decades, you want to invest in pieces where the craftsmanship is on point, and the outdoor furniture is fully weatherproof. Your selections need to be able to withstand sunny skies and rainy days. I went over to Arhaus to check out their selection of furniture and I came up with two ideas. I definitely would want an outdoor dining table to have dinner al fresco! I really like how these rustproof chairs have a classic French inspired style to them. That really makes it feel very indoors-esque. The tulip styled pewter hued table is the perfect compliment to showcase “Etna”, the circular outdoor rug. The banana leaf pillows is a print that embodies summer and although those aren’t from Arhaus, I think they would look nice on the chairs when not occupied.

I would definitely need….yes need an outdoor firepit. My cousin’s have one that uses real wood and although you smell like a smokehouse afterward, the ambience is so fun for a cool summer or fall evening. I like the sleek look of the concrete especially when lava rocks are used. I also like that it has surface space for wine. Because…..you know… you have to have some sorta cocktail when entertaining. I kid, but seriously there is nothing worse than having to hold your drink the whole night because someone’s yard doesn’t have tables. Lighting really helps elevate the way a space feels, whether it’s indoor or outdoor. Who doesn’t want to extend the life of outdoor entertaining at night? You just need to have a lot of lighting sources which is why I picked string lights, the modern tall steel candlestands and the firepit. I also put some cyliner vases for the dining table to give a romantic feel as well.

Arhaus is currently having a 70% off sale so you may want to check them out.
{Pillows: pink greek key Kohls Dept Store, banan leaf Etsy shop Anita’s Casa}

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