Living Accents Outdoor Furniture


living accents outdoor furniture set with food and landscaping

Living Accents Outdoor Furniture: quality furniture and accessories at low prices, right here at your local Bibens Ace!


And come check out the Patio Showroom, part of the Outdoor Living department at our South Burlington location, featuring Living Accents outdoor furniture!

Patio showroom banner at Bibens Ace South Burlington, part of the outdoor living department

Choose from a variety of patio sets, chairs, tables, umbrellas, fire pits, outdoor rugs, and everything in between.  Need an Adirondack chair?  We’ve got ’em!  Need a child’s rocking chair or wagon?  We’ve got those, too!  From numerous models, colors, and designs to choose from, the possibilities are endless and your outdoor living dream can become a reality!

These shades of teal, lime green and orange in this living accents outdoor furniture set


Tips for Choosing Outdoor Furniture:

Shop smart with our essential patio furniture advice.

by Better Homes & Gardens

Brick Patio with outdoor furniture sets

Great patio furniture brings comfort and function to your outdoor spaces. With a spacious table and easy-to-use, comfortable chairs a basic brick patio is transformed into a sensory-rich dining destination. Outfit a cozy porch with a wicker sofa and a classic wicker rocking chair, both stocked with ample cushions, and the porch will quickly become a second family room during the warm weather months.

Don’t overlook the outdoor-living opportunities on balconies and in pocket gardens. When complemented with the right patio furniture, these petite garden getaways will beckon you outside time and again.

Check out the following tips for choosing the best patio furniture for your space. Thoughtful planning will ensure that your outdoor living space is inviting for years to come.

1. Make a List

Deck with outdoor furniture in the fall

Begin by thinking about how you would like your outdoor space to function. Would you like it to serve as a dining area on warm summer nights? Would you like to host your next dinner party or your daughter’s birthday party in the space? Is a peaceful reading nook more of what you’re looking for in your outdoor room?

Make a list of the many things you would like to do in the space and use it as a guide to determine what type of furniture is necessary. If the primary function of your 12×16-foot patio is to host casual evening cocktails, there is no need for a dining table. Opt for ample comfortable seating, several side tables, and a fire pit.

2. Take a Seat

Take a seat before you buy. Comfortable patio furniture, just like interior furniture, will be used regularly as opposed to uninviting patio furniture, which might have good looks but not-so-good comfort.

3. Go for Easy Care

Birds eye view of a deck with outdoor furniture and an outdoor rug with landscaping

Reserve the bulk of your garden-side hours for enjoying your space as opposed to maintaining furniture when you purchase easy-care patio furniture. Most metal, teak, cedar, and all-weather wicker pieces are unfazed by whatever nature throws their way. Furniture made using these forgiving materials will look wonderful for years.

4. Consider Storage

Teak outdoor table and chairs

Add years to the life of your patio furniture by storing it in a protected location, such as a a garage or basement during the off season. Even the toughest furniture, such as teak chairs or a wrought-iron settee, will last longer if it is placed in storage when not in use. If your storage space is limited, look for patio furniture that folds or is easily taken apart for compact storage.

5. Color Smart

Blue Adirondack chair

When purchasing patio furniture, you’re not limited to the natural tones of wood; the black, white, and beige of wicker; or metal pieces. Colorful finishes abound in the world of outdoor furniture. For stylish longevity, reserve bold splashes of color for cushions and accent pieces.


6. Look Underfoot

Cozy patio with outdoor furniture, flowers, drinks, and an outdoor rug

Ground patio furniture by placing it on an all-weather rug. Textile advancements in recent years have brought many quick-drying outdoor rugs to the market. Soft underfoot and rich in texture, an outdoor rug will lend the comforts of indoors to the great outdoors.


7. Search for Dual-Purpose Pieces

striped outdoor furniture on a patio

Look for hardworking furniture. An ottoman that doubles as extra seating for your next backyard bash and a simple bench that will stand alone or cozy up to an alfresco dining table are essential for frequently used outdoor spaces.