There is a multitude of ways to style different outdoor spaces, patios, decks, or outdoor kitchens that fit many lifestyles, but when it comes to designing any space, it’s always good to know the current trends. This year, outdoor and landscape trends reflect the desire to bring the indoors outside. The latest outdoor room trends are using interior design features and amenities to create comfortable outdoor living spaces that are functional and beautiful. Some of the most popular outdoor styles are mirroring the minimal modern, industrial, and farmhouse interior design trends. Take a look at how some of our fire pit tables reflect these newfound outdoor design trends.
Minimal modern interior designs are spacious but with minimal furniture, accessories, and detail. This is very contemporary style that focuses on elements such as shape and texture. The most popular materials are chrome metal, concrete, and walnut or white oak wood, and designs often use repetition and as few materials as possible. Minimal modern is simplified, rectified, and often uses square shapes, refined lines, and clean edges. Our Cove fire pit table uses a minimal modern design as it is simple and clean design, has honest detail, and uses a natural gray supercast concrete material. Adopting a minimal modern design in an outdoor space through furniture or fire tables like the Cove will give it the calm, simple, and beautiful atmosphere that is desired so much today.
Industrial interior designs are a growing trend that gives a raw and unfinished look to thoughtfully designed spaces. This design showcases structural elements, neutral tones, and exposed metal and wood surfaces. It creates a balance by combining clean lines, raw materials, and soft features. In an outdoor space, an industrial design can bring the edgy and contemporary look by merging earthy and polished tones. Our Cedar Ridge fire pit table achieves this look by combining two contrasting surfaces: a dark mocha base with a gray washed cedar supercast top. The two refined, contrasting tones with the earthy flame create a wonderful balance that brings the industrial design to the outdoors.
The farmhouse interior design brings family gathering and rustic functional vibes together and reflects, warmth, simplicity, and savviness. One of the biggest design elements is wood and contrast. A farmhouse design’s signature look is painted, raw, or oak wood that is distressed or in contrast with another material or accessory. Our Vintage 2424 square fire pit table uses a farmhouse design as it combines a colorful faux-wood tile top with a distressed wood slatted base. The Vintage fire table brings the feeling of family and warmth in simple, sophisticated, and casual way.