Typically when we release new poly lumber furniture, it’s either a new collection or it joins an existing collection that has a similar look to it. These collections are meant to keep similar-looking products together for a simple way to furnish your patio.
Your patio furniture is a way to express your personal style and taste, it’s an extension of your home, so there’s no reason to have to color within the lines of a collection. It’s definitely possible to use different patio furniture collections and still create a cohesive look, keep reading to learn more!
Mix Up the Materials
Focus on a Design Concept
A simple way to mix collections is to consider what you want your design concept to be. Most of our collections can be broken down into the following categories, determined by silhouette, which are a great starting point for mixing collections:
- Classic Collections – Outer Banks, Harbor, Monaco, Great Lakes, Mission, Caribbean
- Contemporary – Lake Shore, Luca, Lena
- Rustic – Montauk, Napa, Farmhouse, Carmelle
- Lodge – Poly Ridge
For example, it’s easier to combine pieces from a classic collection and rustic collection than it is for a lodge and contemporary collection to come together. In fact, most other collection’s easiest match will be one of the classic collections as they tend to be the least ornamental.
Keep the Color Consistent
It can seem daunting to mix furniture collections that go together so well, but your patio, like any other room in your home, is a chance to show off your style, so why not? By keeping material, design style, and color in mind when selecting your outdoor furniture, you can blur the collection lines and create a unique space that’s all your own.
Are you more of a mix or match collection type of person? Let us know below!