When coming up with patio furniture color schemes, it’s important to work with your environment to create a harmonious color palette.
Take note of natural features — such as any trees or flowers in your landscape — and features of your home and patio to see what works. Most importantly, choose colors and a design that matches your personal design aesthetic.
Take a look at these rich, teak wooden chairs situated on a patterned stone patio. Balance the dark wood and stone feature with bright patio cushions. Plus, these burnt orange pillows fall somewhere in between Saffron, Orange Peel, and Cinnamon stick shades on the Pantone’s 2020 Color Trend Report.
If bright hues aren’t for you, opt for softer pastels to give your outdoor space a Floridian patio color scheme. Complete the look by adding pottery, pillows, and throws in shades of Coral Pink and Biscay Green.
Want a nautical look in classic tones? Decorate your patio with shades of Brilliant White and Navy Blazer, then add smaller accents in either a Biscay Blue or Flame Scarlet to shake things up a bit.
The nice thing about using color with patio chair cushions and other decorative items on your patio is that you can change your space from season to season with on-trend colors to suit your ever-changing style.