This year’s Memorial Day sale at houzz features discounts up to 80% on bar stools, outdoor dining furniture, outdoor lounge furniture and more.
But hurry. The sale ends May 31, 2017.
Here’s a great example: Malibu Eco-Friendly 7-Piece Wood Outdoor Dining Set With Stacking Dining Chairs, now $498.99 with free shipping.
There’s a super end of summer sale at Grandin Road where you can save up to 70% on summer clearance items.
The one item that I thought was definitely worth sharing is their Verona Circular Tree Bench, regularly $579 and now priced to sell at $399.
It comes in antique copper (my favorite) or yellow.
Sculpted to go full circle in the shade of your favorite landscape or quiet spot, this unique decorative structure adds extra seating as well as a touch of whimsy to your backyard or lakeside home.
Crafted from sturdy steel with a hand-applied powdercoat finish, some assembly is required, but tools are included. Dimensions are 60” in diameter by 37-1/4”high.
Consisting of four stunning themed collections – Bermuda, Fairmont, Metropolitan and Charleston – each features intricately beautiful weaves and custom made cushions featuring premium Sunbrella® fabrics.
Buy smart. Live well. With Casuwel. Coming soon.
We haven’t even thought of ordering our Thanksgiving turkey yet, and all of a sudden my email is being flooded with Black Friday specials. And today is November 6, 2014. Good grief, Charlie Brown.
So, after getting the Walmart email this morning, I decided to check out outdoor fun stuff for next summer where prices have supposedly been “really rolled back” for this season’s Black Friday specials.
Here are two kid-sized outdoor living specials you may want to look into.
The Grill and Play Patio Café by Step2 is now on sale for $91.08, regularly priced at $119.97, saving you $28.80. As for validation, all review that I read were positive, including this one from PEMsMama who said that it was an “Awesome Buy! I have a 1-year-old son and a 3-year-old daughter and they both LOVE it! My daughter loves that she has a kitchen for the outside and she loves sitting at the table to eat when we eat outside and my son loves to pull himself up on it. It’s very sturdy and the doors are easy for him to open and shut.”
Another fun outdoor living habitat for kids is the Outdoor Playhouse by KidKraft. According to a testimonial by kroxoid, “My son in law and myself put this thing together in approximately three hours with minimal tools. The fit and finish were excellent and the only problem we had was the omission of two drilled holes for screws. We quickly fixed that with a 1/4″ drill bit and were on our way. The instructions were excellent and we were very proud of our work, but not nearly as proud as my 4-year-old granddaughter. I would rate this kit at 95% out of 100% which is very, very high for a product like this. We plan to mount this house on a half sheet of plywood and 4×4 inch skids so that it can be easily moved around the yard. We thank you very much for a good experience. One thing we did to save time tightening all the screws with the Allen wrench was to cut the straight part off and use it in a cordless drill.”
Regularly priced at $399.00, the KidKraft Outdoor Playhouse is now on sale for $286.99, saving you $112.01 – which may very well put a dent in your Thanksgiving dinner shopping spend.
Think of it as Christmas in July, courtesy of our friends at Crate & Barrel. Eleven outdoor furniture collections to choose from. The sale ends August 4, 2014.
I hired Eric Kent from Archadeck of Charlotte for the first phase of my backyard renovation.
Eric and his team took a simple 12-foot by 14-feet concrete pad at the end of my home outside our kitchen door and transformed it into this beautiful screened porch.
The construction was pretty painless on my end. First they dug holes surrounding my existing concrete paid – and within it – for the support footers. Then there was an extra pour of concrete to stretch the previous 14-feet foundation to 18-feet.
As soon as they were set, the framework went up in a jiffy, complete with screened transom window areas to facilitate greater flow of fresh air.
We added a bead board ceiling and had it painted Carolina Blue, and had Archadeck add a ceiling fan and two cans lights, to give us more air circulation when needed and soft casts of light at night.
The next year we decided to concentrate on our landscape and garden, hiring a landscape architect to design a plan that included our favorite scents: gardenia, jasmine and others – scents that seem to become richer with morning dew and at sunset.
Year three we decided to add a Belgard paver stone patio for more dimension to the space as well as increased functionality. Atop it we resurrected our favorite outdoor teak dining table and chairs from Smith & Hawken that came back to life after Renew Crew cleaned and protected them. A new patio table umbrella from Sunbrella was just the right perfect final touch.
And now a year later, most of the “heavy lifting” is done, but we’re still adding new plants and flowers to enrich the landscape over time. Spreading the work out over a few seasons really makes large-scale outdoor projects like this more affordable and less stressful.
Big savings on stylish outdoor living stuff — while supplies last.
I’m just the messenger.
But admittedly, there really are some great buys here — for indoors and out.