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As the weather gets warmer, our desire to do everything outdoors (even take work Zoom meetings) grows. But if your patio is looking a little worse for wear after a long winter, you’re in luck: Our favorite outdoor furniture is on sale. Studio McGee’s Target collection, full of chic candlestick holders and under-$100 sconces, extended to alfresco living last year. At 30 percent off, Shea and Syd McGee’s selection of comfy seating is at the top of our shopping list. From wicker dining chairs to balcony-friendly loungers, here’s exactly what we’re adding to our cart. 

Courtesy of Target

The One With a Touch of Gold

black steel loveseat
Midway Metal Patio Loveseat, Threshold Designed with Studio McGee ($280 was $400)

For those looking for something a bit more traditional, this elegant steel-framed love seat will be a staple in your backyard for years to come (the structure is weather- and rust-resistant). The gold arm accents give it a vintage feel—no one will know it came from a big-box retailer. 

The One Made for Movie Nights Under the Stars

wicker egg shaped outdoor chair
Wicker & Metal Patio Egg Chair, Threshold Designed with Studio McGee ($385 was $550)

The McGees’ wicker egg chair is an updated version of the one you probably grew up seeing at your grandparents’ house. The cocoon-like seat is ideal for poolside lounging or curling up in front of a pop-up projector screen

The One for Teeny Terraces

wooden outdoor armchairs
Payson Small Space Patio Chairs, Threshold Designed with Studio McGee ($350 was $500)

If your space is limited to an apartment balcony, these 26-inch-wide armchairs will be able to squeeze right in, plus they’re still plush enough for your leisurely morning cup of coffee. 

The One That’ll Fit the Whole Fam

grey wicker 3-seater sofa
Wicker & Metal X Frame Patio Sofa, Threshold Designed with Studio McGee ($280 was $400)

This sofa will look right at home on a palatial veranda or sizable deck—it can seat three people and its not-scratchy wicker back is situated at an angle, encouraging you to lounge away.

The One That Comes in a Set

wicker and metal dining chairs
Stanton Rush Weave Patio Dining Chairs, Threshold Designed with Studio McGee ($210 was $300)

If you’re into mixing and matching materials, these powder-coated steel and rush-weave dining chairs are calling your name. We’ll be sitting in them while sipping our cold brew all summer long.