Outdoor Tables

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Bistro Round Folding Table
Fermob Bistro Round Folding Table $375.00
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Bistro Round Table
Fermob Bistro Round Table from $255.00
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Caractere Table
Fermob Caractere Table $1,132.00
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Cargo Table
Fermob Cargo Table $1,060.00
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Costa Table
Fermob Costa Table $1,783.00
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Kintbury Square Table
Fermob Kintbury Square Table $1,171.00
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Luxembourg Low Table/Footrest
Fermob Luxembourg Low Table/Footrest from $315.00
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Luxembourg Table
Fermob Luxembourg Table from $1,217.00
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Manosque Table
Fermob Manosque Table $915.00
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Opera Rectangular Table
Fermob Opera Rectangular Table $653.00
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Opera Round Table
Fermob Opera Round Table from $391.00
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Opera Square Table
Fermob Opera Square Table $536.00
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Plein Air Folding Table
Fermob Plein Air Folding Table $543.00
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Rendezvous Table
Fermob Rendezvous Table $1,378.00
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Petal Dining Table
Knoll Petal Dining Table from $2,264.00
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Romane 47 Inch Table
Fermob Romane 47 Inch Table $1,732.00
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Petal End Table
Knoll Petal End Table from $913.00
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Romane 55 Inch Table
Fermob Romane 55 Inch Table $2,024.00
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Romane Dining Table
Fermob Romane Dining Table $2,493.00
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Romane Extending Dining Table
Fermob Romane Extending Dining Table $4,172.00
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Stromborg Large Rectangle Table
Knoll Stromborg Large Rectangle Table from $1,684.00
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Stromborg Small Rectangle Table
Knoll Stromborg Small Rectangle Table from $1,382.00
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Dr. NA Table
Kartell Dr. NA Table $750.00
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Sixties Table
Fermob Sixties Table $458.00
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Four Table with Laminated Aluminum Top
Kartell Four Table with Laminated Aluminum Top from $1,970.00
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Tom Pouce Table
Fermob Tom Pouce Table $186.00
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Invisible Side Table
Kartell Invisible Side Table $650.00
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Tertio Table
Fermob Tertio Table $276.00
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Jolly Table
Kartell Jolly Table $199.00
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Panier Side Table
Kartell Panier Side Table $380.00
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Max Beam
Kartell Max Beam $360.00
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Small Ghost Buster
Kartell Small Ghost Buster $480.00
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Sparkle Table
Kartell Sparkle Table $350.00
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TopTop for Dr. YES Round Table
Kartell TopTop for Dr. YES Round Table from $590.00
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TopTop for Dr. YES Square Table
Kartell TopTop for Dr. YES Square Table from $650.00
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T Table
Kartell T Table $310.00
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One of the joys of having outdoor space is that when the weather turns warmer, it presents a chance to make the outside areas of your home a true extension of your home’s interior. Creating a warm and welcoming outdoor area that also unifies your indoor design selections is easier than ever, and it begins with the basics: an outdoor table and chairs. Before you embark on a shopping spree for outdoor tables, though, ask yourself a few key questions to ensure that you’re investing in a modern outdoor table that best suits your outdoor space, and also makes sense for how you intend to use that space.

How big should my contemporary outdoor table be?

This might seem like an obvious question, but it’s not uncommon for people to purchase designer outdoor tables that, while stylish, are too big for the space in question, or inappropriate for the way the outdoor space is typically used. If, for instance, you have a fairly large outdoor patio, but you’re not given to entertaining more than a few people at a time, there’s no need to feel pressure to buy the largest modern outdoor table your space can accommodate. Making sure that patio tables make sense for the life you lead is as important as matching up table dimensions to the dimensions of your patio. Your outdoor spaces should reflect your life as much as you indoor rooms do.

What material is best for outdoor patio tables or garden tables?

There’s a range of materials suitable for designer outdoor tables and chairs: teak, aluminum, powder coated steel, plastic.Which is best is a matter of personal taste, but as a rule, it’s worthwhile to consider buying outdoor furniture—weather deck table and chairs, or garden table and chairs—that requires the least amount of upkeep. Powder coated steel is sturdy, suitable for most weather conditions, and isn’t precious, so can make a beautiful modern patio tables. On the other hand, steel can be heavy, so a plastic garden table that’s both lightweight and suitable to most weather conditions may be the perfect choice. Wood is classic and stylish, and a contemporary outdoor table made of teak will weather beautifully—but the price point may be higher. So, ultimately, with the variety of outdoor materials available, budget and taste will determine which material you settle on for your modern outdoor tables.

Does a modern garden table require matching chairs?

As it is with indoor tables, there are no rules for garden tables and chairs, least of all that they should be a matching set. Mixing and matching a contemporary outdoor table with unrelated, but complementary, chairs is not only acceptable, but apt to make a more interesting outdoor design statement. So, if you find a table you like, but don’t necessarily like the chairs that match it, go ahead and select a set of chairs that are from an entirely different collection and a different material altogether.

Are square outdoor tables better than a round ones?

Some people prefer round tables to square ones because they can accommodate extra people less awkwardly, but ultimately, neither round nor square patio tables have a serious advantage over the others. The shape and size of your outdoor space, personal preference, or simply falling in love with a particular design will be the more likely deciding factors in the patio or modern garden tables you purchase than shape ever will be.