Great outdoor furniture for kicking back at the cabin.

By Lisa Readie Mayer


1. It’s Nap Time Somewhere

Lazy cabin afternoon? This sturdy hammock is big enough for a nap for two, and the comfy built-in cushion will have you drifting off to dreamland in no time.
Pillowtop Hammock,

2. Perfect Porch

The view’s always better from a porch swing. This one’s made the old-fashioned way, with mortise-and-tenon joinery of lodgepole pine logs that were culled and skip-peeled by hand.
Montana Log Porch Swing,


3. Every Seat is Unique

Handcrafted of teak planks recycled from retired Balinese fishing boats, each of these chairs is a work of art. The company’s purchase of materials supports Balinese fishermen and their families.
Max Chair,


4. Pop Goes the Table

This bench has a table for two that pops up for impromptu picnics, then recesses seamlessly back into the seat. Position it under a shade tree or in the cabin garden, if you have one.
Eucalyptus Outdoor Bench with Built-in Pop-Up Table,


5. Set It & Forget It

These marine-grade polymer Adirondack chairs look like wood, but they are way more rugged. They won’t fade, warp or rust, and they’re hefty enough that a strong wind won’t blow them off the dock.
Adirondack MGP Arm Chair,



6. A Little Birdie Told Me…

This delightful bistro set provides the perfect spot to sip morning coffee. It looks like it was crafted from tree branches – little birdies included.
Bird Bistro Set,


7. Affordable Luxury

Brown Jordan, a manufacturer known for its ultra-premium (and pricy) patio furniture, now makes an affordable line for Home Depot. The richly textured Northshore Collection features handwoven, weather-resistant resin wicker with Sunbrella cushions.
Brown Jordan Northshore Collection,