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4 poolside table and chair sets we love – all under $200

Outdoor furniture comes in all shapes, sizes, and price ranges. There’s so many options, it can be a bit overwhelming. If you’re tired of scrolling through page after page of furniture sets, only to find the perfect set that’s out of your price range, then this is the article for you. From cozy to sleek, fun to functional, we’ve got four great options, all under $200. Take a look at our top picks for poolside table and chair sets.

Flamaker 3 Pieces Patio Chaise Lounge

Our first set of table and chairs is perfect for relaxing and sunbathing by the pool. It consists of two lounge chairs, made of wicker rattan on a steel frame with cushions overtop, and a small table. The chairs curve gently to support your back comfortably. The chairs aren’t adjustable, but they and the table do fold. This means you can take them with you to a friend’s pool, the beach, or anywhere else without any hassle.

The black and cream color scheme means they’ll fit in with any existing furniture or theme you have. The table is made from the same steel and wicker rattan as the chairs, and is a simple folding frame with a flat top. The table is small enough to fit comfortably in any location, but it may be too small for some uses. It’s the perfect size to hold a drink and a good book, though.

Overall, this set is a great choice if you love lounging, but being unadjustable means it may not be good as a general purpose patio set. The table is a little small, but if you’re tight on space or looking for something unobtrusive, that can be a plus.

Homall 4 Pieces Outdoor Patio Set

Sunbathing is all well and good, but what if you’re looking for the perfect furniture set to host guests? This four piece set comes with three chairs and a table, making it a great choice for anyone who loves having friends and family over to swim. The chairs are brown rattan with sponge cushions that come in one of four different colors. The cushions have removable covers, so you don’t need to worry about spills. The table is made of matching brown rattan, but with a tempered glass top that gives it a classy and elegant feeling.

This set of table and chairs is durable and sturdy, but that does make it slightly harder to move. Additionally, it needs to be assembled at home. However, it comes with all the instructions and hardware you need, so all that’s required of you is tools and patience.

Yaheetech 4 Pieces Textilene Patio Furniture Set

If you love hosting but want something a bit sleeker, then this set may be just what you’re looking for. The set consists of two single-person chairs, one two-person chair, and a rectangular table to arrange them around. Textilene, the material that makes up the backs and seats of the chairs, is a durable, flexible fabric that can withstand the elements. The entire set is a sleek black, with the exception of the tempered glass top of the table, that will soak up the sun and pair perfectly with any other furniture you have.

The legs of the tables and chairs even come with footpads, which stop the tables and chairs from scratching the ground when they’re moved. If you’re concerned about your new deck, then this is one set you don’t need to worry about.

Keter Resin Wicker Patio Furniture Set

For a more intimate feel, take a look at this three-piece furniture set. It comes with two gently curving dark gray chairs and a matching, short side table. The furniture is polypropylene resin on a metal frame, making it lightweight and durable. The resin is molded to resemble wicker rattan, giving it a classic appearance with a modern feel. The edges of the table are molded like the chairs, but the center is left smooth, so don’t worry about trying to balance drinks on the ridges of rattan. The entire set is flexible and easy to move, so you don’t need to worry about finding the perfect spot for them right away. You can easily arrange and rearrange them to your heart’s content.

Any of these four sets would make a wonderful addition to your poolside. Whether you’re aiming for a classy, sophisticated atmosphere or a cozy, warm gathering place, one of these sets is sure to meet your needs. You can be sure they’re all in your price range, too. Don’t let the quality of these sets fool you, they’re all under $200. So go ahead and pick your patio set without any worry or stress.

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