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10 Great Deals From Crate & Barrel's Outdoor Furniture Clearance Sale

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If you still haven't gotten your summer patio situation sorted, what are you waiting for? Crate & Barrel is cutting up to 50% off select outdoor furniture. (Prices are as marked; shipping starts at $8.95.)

It's the biggest discount we've seen on these items since last year, so we've rounded up 10 of the best deals from the sale.

10 Great Deals From Crate & Barrel's Outdoor Furniture Sale

Simple Sofa

Crate & Barrel Alfresco Natural Sofa from $638.95 ($165 off)

If nothing else, you simply must have outdoor seating for a few people. This sofa — which accommodates three — is a good starting point. You could even buy two and stack them up when not in use, if space is at a premium.

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Table Time

Crate & Barrel Ventura Umber Coffee Table for $249 ($250 off)

Also handy if you spend any time at all on the patio is a table for snacks and drinks. Measuring a generous 38" x 38" x 16", this one has plenty of space for you and some guests, but its low profile is unobtrusive.

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Room for All

Crate & Barrel Ventura Umber 6-Piece Loveseat Sectional from $4,988 ($1,986 off)

If you're at the next level and need more seating, this sectional will do the job. You can keep it all together for maximum interaction, or split the pieces up and scatter them for more options.

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Don't Forget the Feet

Crate & Barrel Ventura Quartz Ottoman from $338 ($151 off)

Once you've graduated to a large seating apparatus, an ottoman is a smart accessory buy. It makes your space extra inviting and lets everyone relax, so outdoor gatherings can last all day and night.

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Throwing Shade

Crate & Barrel Regent Conversation Table for $249 ($250 off)

Not only does this piece perform the normal table function of holding things, but it can also anchor an umbrella (not included) to protect you from the harsh summer sun. If your deck isn't covered, that's a big deal.

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Convenient Cover

Crate & Barrel 9-Foot Round Sunbrella Patio Umbrella from $249 ($150 off)

Alternatively, you can just pick up this freestanding umbrella and put it wherever you'd like a little shelter from the heat. The tilt feature means you can adjust it to block even the most unforgiving of the sun's emissions. Not today, death ray.

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Dinner Party

Crate & Barrel Rocha Dining Table for $589 ($110 off)

For outdoor meals to go smoothly, it's best to have a table designed for dining purposes. This one seats eight and can also hold an umbrella (not included), so you can eat in comfort and style.

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Approach the Bench

Crate & Barrel Rocha Dining Bench from $398.95 ($129 off)

Obviously you need seats for your table, and this bench allows you to be flexible on numbers. Crate & Barrel calls it a three-seater, but who's to say what the true capacity is? That really seems more like a matter of personal determination and creativity.

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Spot for One

Crate & Barrel Alfresco Dining Chair from $184.95 ($53 off)

People who value their own space would probably prefer dedicated chairs to a bench, and it won't kill you to humor them. Mix in a few of these single seats and everybody will be happy with your configuration.

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Multitasker

Crate & Barrel Dune Double Chaise Sofa Lounge for $1,999 ($200 off)

The brilliant design of this lounger makes it super adaptable. Two people can recline side by side or face to face, or the whole thing can be converted into a sofa — or even a completely flat nap headquarters!

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Readers, have you been making the most of the patio this summer? Will Crate & Barrel's outdoor furniture sale up your entertaining game? Let us know in the comments!


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Elizabeth Zimmerman is an Associate Editor at DealNews, and she specializes in tap dancing, wearing a lot of colors, making cakes, and sneaking Beatles references into deals. Goo goo g'joob.
DealNews may be compensated by companies mentioned in this article. Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).
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4 comments
Allyson
@Lindsay: No, no. It wasn't your furniture; it was your "movers". Had a friend who helped another friend move. One thing they had to move was a large couch which they had to lift & carry it up three flights of spiral staircases.

When I asked another friend about it, he said he, too, had to move a couch up spiral staircase. So I asked him if it was a rite of passage or something to move a couch up spiral staircases. :-P
Lindsay Sakraida (DealNews)
@DealsNewsUser0110

Also, after this move, there were def some items that I secretly had to Duct tape together because they aren't really made to be taken apart for moves and such. They're universally the cheaper furniture. That might be more of an NYC apt problem though since we deal with such weird staircase dimensions...
Lindsay Sakraida (DealNews)
@DealsNewsUser0110

Crate & Barrel on the whole is definitely in a different pricing tier than stores like IKEA or Target, and that's not going to be something that everyone can afford or will want to spend money on. But the store's products are also much higher in quality too, which is what you tend to compromise on when it comes to cheap furniture. There's a marked difference between a C&B couch that I now own and the cheap couch I bought at IKEA years ago; the C&B couch is likely going to be with me for a VERY long time.

So I guess it all depends on what your needs, preferences, and abilities are when buying furniture. I actually just moved, and there were some things I went super budget on and others that I knew would benefit me to spend more on. And even when I did spend more for a higher quality (not at C&B mind you), you better believe I was still saving hundreds of dollars! We gotta get that deal on any and all purchases we need in life!
DealsNewsUser0110
I'm sorry but none of these items are priced reasonably, and surely are not great deals
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