A patio without color is like a day without sunshine. And since you would probably like to enjoy many sunny days outside, you’d be smart to incorporate a splash here and there in your outdoor living space. A patio with rich colors that you love is so much more inviting than one featuring only bland neutrality.
We’d like to show you some prime examples of how patio furniture can introduce the color palette you need to make your patio brighter. As you browse, try to envision how they would fit on your porch or patio. The colors might not be exactly what you’re looking for, but the combinations can be replicated using a host of different colors and patterns.
Choosing resin patio furniture in a favorite color is just about the easiest way to bring home that vibrant pop. This furniture, made of a recycleable plastic resin composite, is available in all the bold colors of the rainbow, as well as complementary pastel colors. For beach houses, we recommend pastel patio chairs—think light yellow, blue, and green. These are the soft, summery colors that will put everyone in the mood for nightly cookouts and daily glasses of lemonade on the patio.
Pairing the right fabric colors on a white, wood, or aluminum frame can have an equally invigorating effect outdoors. Patio deep seating sets come with vibrant, fun upholstery color choices and fabric patterns. Here, you can see how taupe pillows with geometric patterns flatter the bright lemon yellow cushions of this round sectional.
If you like lots of color, consider choosing patio furniture frames in a neutral solid tone that suits your outdoor living area, and add plush cushions in a color that complements the frames. The fabric can be neutral as well, but to avoid monotony, add a couple of throw pillows in colorful patterns to each piece.
Sometimes, our natural inclination is to shy away from using too much color when decorating, because we’re afraid the bold statement will be overwhelming. Try to let go of this tendency and really think about which bright colors will look fitting in your outdoor space. If you struggle with color selection, I suggest visiting the color gallery at BenjaminMoore.com. You’ll find helpful complementary color selections for the hues you love.