What You'll Get
Chairs, like horses, are most often supported by four legs, can hold up at least one person, and are used as dining surfaces during table droughts. Obtain haunch holders with today’s Groupon to Out on the Patio. Choose between the following options:
- For $49, you get $100 worth of outdoor accessories. This option may also be applied toward furniture.
- For $75, you get $200 worth of outdoor furniture. This option may not be applied toward accessories.<p>
Out on the Patio’s showroom helps homeowners achieve alfresco fashion and comfort with a multitude of high-quality patio furniture and accessories. Decorate a deck more pragmatically than unleashing a litter of tie-dyed poodles by dangling a French Quarter lantern ($56) or by setting out a pair of battery-operated LED candles ($32). Settle into a cast-aluminum Florence dining chair ($199) for tranquil gaze over the back lawn, or, after a heated debate with the neighbor’s hedge, cool down by pulling up to the Peak Season round side table ($199) and lapping up the rainwater pooled on its 20-inch round top. Conversely, Groupon credit may be applied to larger purchases, such as the OW Lee Santorini Fire Pit ($1575), which provides a gentle or roaring flame to any backyard wine, dining, or knitting-circle gathering.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 21, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid on returns or exchanges. Additional charge for delivery. Not valid for clearance items. $200 Groupon option not valid toward accessories. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Out on the Patio
Katrina Kohnle and her husband had always talked about opening their own business. So in 2006, the mother of three left her job as a dermatology sales rep and founded Out on the Patio. Initially, Katrina envisioned her store as a place where customers could simply gather design ideas for outdoor projects or connect with design vendors. She soon discovered, though, that with furniture as with flamethrowers, people enjoyed testing items in the store before buying them. Katrina obliged by adding more and more furniture lines to her show room, which now contains everything from tables and bar stools to fire pits and heaters.