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Fast worldwide delivery to over 180 countries

Over 200,000 items in stock and ready to ship

Patio furniture

Designer patio furniture turns your garden or balcony into an outdoor living room. Nordic patio furniture, known for its visual appeal, effortlessly withstands any weather, from blazing sunshine to unexpected showers. Explore our extensive and vibrant collection of Scandinavian patio and outdoor furniture from leading Nordic brands!

If you’re looking for patio furniture for your business, you can request a quote from Finnish Design Shop’s Contract Sales. We supply a great variety of high-quality outdoor furniture for restaurants, hotels and public premises.


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Modern outdoor furniture and designer patio furniture for your summer oasis – welcome to explore our garden furniture shop

Designer patio furniture beckons you to step into the garden or balcony whenever the mood strikes – be it a serene summer breakfast, a quick coffee break or a late-night garden fiesta. Designed with the harsh Nordic weather in mind, Scandinavian outdoor furniture combines durability with sleek Nordic aesthetics, ensuring your outdoor spaces are both inviting and resilient. By investing in high-quality, durable and easy-to-maintain designer garden furniture, you can savour your summer retreat year after year.

In Finnish Design Shop's collection, you'll discover a carefully curated range of designer patio furniture from dozens of captivating brands, spanning from the Nordic region to far-flung locales. Here's a glimpse at some of them:

Cane-line excels in creating comfortable, weatherproof outdoor furniture that epitomizes relaxation.
• Fatboy is known for its bold, playful outdoor designs that infuse spaces with fun and colour.
• Fermob adds a touch of French elegance with its colourful and sturdy metal garden furniture.
• HAY offers contemporary outdoor solutions, blending modern design with practicality.
• Muuto embraces minimalist Scandinavian design, making outdoor areas chic and versatile.
• Petite Friture features elegant, playful designs that bring a touch of French design to the outdoors.
Sika-Design's selection consists of both classic rattan furniture and modern polyrattan furniture.
• Skagerak focuses on sustainable, classic wooden furniture that naturally complements any garden or patio.

How do I choose the right patio furniture?

When selecting new patio furniture, begin by honing in on the material, size and style of the furniture. Here are some tips to get you started:

1. Material: Let the location guide the choice of material – a covered and rain-protected terrace allows for a wider range of outdoor furniture options than an entirely exposed backyard.

2. Structure: Consider whether you prefer sturdiness and solidity or lightweight and easily movable pieces, such as folding furniture. Size your garden furniture according to your needs and the size of your outdoor area, leaving enough space around the furniture to prevent chairs from hitting the walls.

3. Colours: Once you've nailed down the material and size, let's talk colours. Do you fancy your new outdoor furniture in natural tones, neutral beige or maybe a vibrant pop of red, blue or green?

4. Expandability: Take your time to examine different patio furniture collections, considering your future needs as well – if you plan to expand your furniture set in the future, are there suitable pieces available?

Which patio furniture is the most durable?

The most common materials for outdoor furniture include metal, wood and plastic, with weather-resistant versions available for each. Regardless of the material you choose, be sure to read the care instructions well – proper furniture care products and storage will extend the lifespan of the furniture.

• Among metal outdoor furniture, stainless or galvanized steel and aluminium are the superheroes of durability.

• When it comes to wooden outdoor furniture, teak is one of the most robust options due to its hardness and natural oil content. Regularly oiled oak also makes a great choice for outdoor use.

• Natural rattan furniture can last for decades if maintained with care, but it doesn't thrive in direct sunlight or rain.

• Resembling natural rattan, polyethene-made poly rattan is a highly popular, durable and low-maintenance garden furniture material. There are also many other options for plastic outdoor furniture.

Can outdoor furniture be left outside in winter?

The weather resistance of patio furniture varies depending on the material and climate. However, to ensure the longest lifespan, it's best to store your outdoor furniture protected from frost and moisture. If storing garden furniture indoors isn't possible, keep it under a roof and cover it with a protective cover during the winter. Stainless metals, such as aluminium and stainless or galvanized steel, are among the most weather-resistant materials.

Sustainably produced patio furniture at Finnish Design Shop

We've made finding sustainably made patio furniture and ecological outdoor furniture as easy and straightforward as possible, and our Product Sustainability Framework is here to assist you in your choices.

Here you can explore the types of outdoor furniture available in our selection:

• Patio chairs
• Patio tables
• Garden hammocks & swings
•​​​​​​​ Outdoor lounge chairs
•​​​​​​​ Outdoor sofas
•​​​​​​​ Outdoor benches
•​​​​​​​ Deck chairs & daybeds
•​​​​​​​ Folding furniture
•​​​​​​​ Rattan furniture

Inspiration for exploring designer patio furniture

Explore inspiration and find ideas on elevating your garden with designer patio furniture in our Design Stories online magazine. Start your journey with these selected articles:

Patio decor brings the inside out: 7 tips for outdoor styling >
Ask the Customer Service: “Which outdoor furniture set would be durable and particularly easy to maintain?” >
How to choose furniture for a small balcony or porch? Introducing 9 space-saving designs >
Muuto's new Linear Steel garden furniture brings people together >