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Whether you have a small porch or a back patio, this warmer weather is the perfect time to spruce up these spaces. As we’ve been home, we’ve turned our attention to our outdoor areas that we haven’t touched in the last year. Because let’s be honest, one more space to sit at is very welcomed right now.

15+ Affordable Patio Furniture Sets That Can Be Delivered to Your Doorstep

In thinking through patio furniture, it has been fun to see the different design options. The main area that we focused on was our back patio which we wanted a dining table and furniture set to hang in (find the full reveal here for our patio). One thing I learned through the process was how to take advantage of furniture sets to maximize the budget. There are some incredible dining bistro sets that are well under $200 and provide an area to sit and dine. The best part is these small bistro sets work well on a smaller patio!

So as I scanned the internet, I’ve rounded up some of my favorite affordable patio furniture sets, and the best part? They can all be delivered to your doorstep.

Here’s a look at the list!

15 Affordable Patio Furniture Sets That Can Be Delivered to Your Doorstep


The 3-Piece Bistro Dining Set
(perfect for a small patio or front porch)

Thomas 3pc Cast Aluminum Patio Bistro Set — I’ve always loved the iron look but often the price point runs way to high. This one is under $200 and I love that it is water resistant.

Affordable Patio Furniture Sets

Sager 3 Piece Bistro Set — Love how romantic the design is on this, reminds me of a countryside home in France. Under $200

Affordable Patio Furniture Sets

Fitzhugh Square 2 – Person 23.5″ Long Bistro Set with Cushions — The wood bistro set is a lovely classic look for a backyard. If you’re not sure which to do, this one goes well with almost everything! Here is another option as well in a darker tone.

3pc Bistro Set with Folding Chairs – Room & Joy — Love the modern lines for a back patio or porch! Under $200

Hillside Outdoor Acacia Wood Wicker Foldable Bistro Set — A great modern take on the classic bistro look.

Affordable Patio Furniture Sets

The 3-Piece Seating Set
(For a small area or great to combine with an outdoor sofa to complete the look!)

Stickel 3 Piece Rattan Seating Group — If you’re looking for rocking chairs to complete a patio, this is it.

Coco Breeze 3-Piece Brown Wicker Outdoor Seating Set with Beige Cushions — This classic bohemian look is the priciest on the list but so stunning!

Roosevelt 3 Piece Seating Group — Reminds of the patio furniture in Palm Springs, that mid-century pop of color!

Affordable Patio Furniture Sets

Fogleman Light Weight Acapulco Woven Basket 3 Piece Seating Group — One of the better priced egg chair set ups, plus I love that is actually woven.

Birshire Outdoor Rope Weave Chat 3 Piece Seating Group — Another great woven seat set.

Affordable Patio Furniture Sets

The Conversation Set
(For a bit larger of a seating space)

Oatmeal All Weather Wicker Simona Outdoor Seating Collection — Similar to the 3 piece set above, this one includes a coffee table and loveseat. Unfortunately this one is more $$$ but the design is wonderful.

Fitchburg 5pc Patio Conversation Set – Green – Project 62™ — For those who want an easier to clean set, this one is a good choice.

Affordable Patio Furniture Sets

Bangor Patio Conversation Set – Black – Threshold — Modern take on a natural woven look.

Patio Set

Ozark 4pc Patio Seating Set – Safavieh — A complete steal for under $400

Abraham 11-Piece Sofa Seating Group with Cushions — Cozy set for the back patio and love the cushion options on this set!


Other Outdoor Patio Accessories under $150


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