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Outdoor furniture

Elevate your outdoor area with chic, comfortable balcony furniture from IKEA. Craft your own inviting outdoor haven with our extensive selection of outdoor furniture sets, dining tables, sun loungers, and more. Enhance your gatherings – shop for outdoor furniture now!

From gardening to garden salad in no time

Dreaming of balcony chats with friends but lack the space? Meet the new DJUPÖN folding table. When you’re done socialising, simply fold it and you’ll have room for other activities – and storage space for two foldable chairs too. Made from durable acacia means it’ll be around for many long sessions.

Three DJUPÖN folding tables arranged against a bright green wall. One is folded out and has plates and bowls on top of it.
The corner of a DJUPÖN folding table, made from acacia. There is a salad and salad servers in a GRÖNSAKER serving bowl.

Let’s go out for dinner

When the weather’s fair and summer warmth is in the air – there’s no better place for dining than outside. Find the outdoor furniture to match those moments here.

NÄMMARÖ series – Slatted-acacia elegance, easily combined to perfectly match your outdoor space
SEGERÖN series – Slimline rope-and-metal modules that let you create stylish ensembles for every outdoor gathering
GRILLSKÄR series – Modules to shape a tailored cooking nook, from individual units to a full-scale outdoor kitchen

What is the best material for garden furniture?

Different materials make for better furniture depending on their intended use. Here is a quick guide to different outdoor furniture materials.Rattan garden furniture: Rattan is very durable and has a long lifespan. It can also be treated with stains or paints, meaning it’s available in a wide range of colours and styles.Wooden garden furniture: The type of wood used for your outdoor furniture obviously affects its characteristics. For instance, eucalyptus and acacia are often used for outdoor furniture, since they are durable and can withstand the strains of weather very well. Synthetic plastic, glass and metal garden furniture: Synthetic materials like plastic, metal and glass might not give you the natural look that rattan or wood can offer. But they have other advantages. You can get this furniture in almost any colour you like. Also, most synthetic materials won’t need any after care – just make sure to keep them clean enough to not get infested by mold. 

How to protect outdoor wood furniture from rain?

All types of furniture can attract mold or mildew if it isn’t cleaned regularly. In order to best protect outdoor wood furniture, it's recommended during winter months that you store your furniture somewhere dry and indoors, like a garage or a shed. If you don’t have a great place to store them inside, you can put outdoor furniture covers over them instead. This is especially important if you have wooden or rattan furniture.  Remember that the colours and surfaces of your furniture can fade in the sun. So, make sure to plan your outdoor space wisely, to get the most out of your furniture without exposing it to unnecessary strain. 

How do you clean outdoor furniture fabric?

To clean outdoor furniture fabric, start by wiping away any loose debris or dirt with a light brush or cloth. Next, prepare a mild detergent and warm water solution and apply it to the textile using a sponge or soft brush. Scrub the material gently, then completely rinse it with a hose or a bucket of clean water. Allow the fabric to thoroughly dry before use the furniture.

Can outdoor furniture be used indoors?

Outdoor furniture may be used indoors, but it may not be the best choice for a variety of reasons. Outdoor furniture is often built with weather-resistant materials and finishes that can endure exposure to weather such as sun, rain, and wind. These materials and finishes may not be as comfortable or ideal for indoor usage, and the furniture may not complement the interior design. Also, outdoor furniture is typically bigger and heavier than indoor furniture, making it more difficult to move or fit into a room.With that said, you may use outdoor furniture indoors if you enjoy the look and find it comfy. It is also an excellent choice if you have a patio or a vast indoor space where you wish to create an outdoor feel.