Mid-Century Modern Patio and Garden Furniture

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Whether you’re the proud owner of an authentic Eichler, or you’re simply looking to add some high-wattage color to your backyard, there’s nothing like Mid-Century patio furniture to fit the bill. At Chairish, it’s no secret that we’re Mid-Century Modern devotees—Hence, we take curating the internet’s most incredible collection of vintage MCM patio furniture very seriously. So whether you’re on the hunt for something general like 1960s patio furniture, or something uber-specific such as a retro Mid-Century outdoor bench by poolside bombshell Brown Jordan, don’t hesitate to kick off your search here at Chairish. We’re a one-stop shop for all of your vintage Mid-Century patio furniture needs.

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At Chairish, there’s no limit to the outdoor treasures you can find. We source our inventory from thousands of vintage and modernist dealers located all over the U.S. Our in-house curation team hand-selects the most exceptional pieces from these sellers’ inventory and lists them for sale on the site. What does that mean for Mid-Century enthusiasts like you? It means you don’t have to hop from vintage shop to vintage shop when you’re on the hunt for something specific such as a set of Mid-Century wire patio chairs. At Chairish, you can discover dozens of options all in one place. Browse iconic Sculptra designs by Russell Woodard as well as design by Salterini, Brown Jordan, Phyllis Morris and more. You can also discover an exclusive cut of newly-made patio furniture that pays homage to classic MCM styles. Shop heated modernist benches in the style of Ray and Charles Eames among numerous other retro-centric designs.

Discover Affordable and Iconic Designs from Collectible Mid-Century Modern Makers

Arthur Umanoff

Arthur Umanoff may be the most enigmatic of all Mid-Century Modern designers, but his Mid-Century Modern patio furniture—birch slat barstools, cane bucket seats, wrought iron dining sets adorned with eye-catching trellis details—are decidedly not. Umanoff’s pieces beckon to the do-it-all host who strives to cater to bar-goers in one corner of the patio, round-table gossipers in another, and sunbathers by the pool. With a near endless array of tables, chairs, bar sets, and dining sets to choose from, Arthur Umanoff patio furniture is a one-stop-shop for those looking to load up on all the alfresco essentials in one fell swoop.

Brown Jordan

A Southern California pedigree means Brown Jordan knows how to cue up an optimal outdoor experience. Best known for their iconic chairs and sprawling, multi-piece dining sets, Brown Jordan patio furniture is the perfect poolside companion. Those looking for classic, no-fuss furniture to bedeck the patio should consider the Tamiami chair which features a wavy frame laced with a trellis of colored vinyl straps. More maximalist Mid-Century enthusiasts may want to seek out Brown Jordan’s collaborations with A-list designers like Dan Johnson and Walter Lamb. Both designers teed up sculptural seats for the brand that would earn instant showpiece status in any backyard.

Homecrest

Every now and then a little Mid-Century kitsch can be a very good thing, especially in a slim-to-none backyard that revolves around a retro, stand-up grill plunked on a plot of perennially-lush turf. With its Midwestern lineage, Homecrest understands that when it comes to patio furniture, sometimes simple really is best. Homecrest patio furniture runs the gamut, but Mid-Century addicts are particularly fond of the brand’s patented Swivel Rocker. The Swivel Rocker features a gridded wrought iron frame, artfully sculpted to cradle the body. While there’s no denying the appeal of its ergonomics, it’s the chair’s unique single-piece, padded seat cover that truly sets the Mid-Century Modern mood. The single-piece design of the pad makes it the perfect vehicle for riotous patterns, and it’s still quite common to find original Swivel Rockers bearing flower-flocked prints and wide cabana stripes in a right-on palette of pastel yellow, lime green, and powder blue.