Austin Outdoor Patio Furniture

Austin Patio FurnitureOutdoor Furniture Now now brings some of the most stylish outdoor patio furniture to the Austin area. Traditional Teak Patio Furniture is beatiful for any entertaining area or you may be interested in the popular Outdoor Wicker Patio Furniture. Our Wicker Patio Furniture is specifically designed to withstand the harshest weather conditions Austin can offer and last for years with minimum maintenance. We are always getting new styles in so please check our Pre Sale Items and be the first one to own this great furniture.

Austin, as Texas's capital, began in the mid 1800s. The time brought tremendous growth to the tiny settlement formerly known as Waterloo that had been carved out of the wilderness. The 1850s saw the first building boom with the construction of the first permanent, limestone Capitol building (1853), as well as the Governor’s Mansion (1856). A second building boom occurred in the 1870s with the arrival of the railroad in 1871. After a fire destroyed the limestone Capitol, the current granite Capitol was built and, after seven years, opened in 1888. At 302 feet high, it stands 14 ½ feet taller than the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. and is the largest of the nation’s statehouses.

The late 1880s also served as another boom period in Austin. The area’s settler population, originally comprised of immigrants from Germany, Sweden and Mexico, quickly grew. An impressive skyline began to take shape. The spectacular Driskill Hotel opened, which remains one of the city's most distinctive landmarks. And Austin became a college town, with the founding of the University of Texas at Austin.

Austin’s population historically doubles every 20 years. And much of the city's most recent growth is a result of a technology boom. For the past two decades, Austin has made history as a leader in both technology and creativity. From the launch of Dell, a Fortune 500 company, to the growth of Austin as a music and film center, Austin is on the move. And gaining attention worldwide as a hub for education, business, health, green living and as a welcoming community.

Ever wonder why Austin is known as the Live Music Capital of the World? The slogan became official in 1991, after it was discovered that Austin had more live music venues per capita than anywhere else in the nation. Today, Austin, TX hosts nearly 200 venues and is home to thousands of musicians. Which means you can catch a show any day of the week, at almost any time.

A big part of Austin's culture? The great outdoors. With Hill Country vistas outside the city and Lady Bird Lake in the center of town, we come out to play as often as possible. And we think you will, too. Austin has miles of hike and bike trails, more than 200 parks and around 300 days of sunshine each year. We're host to the Austin Marathon & Half Marathon, with more than 11,000 participating runners from around the country. And Austin was recently named the nation's No. 1 golf destination by

Please Contact Us if you have any questions about our chaise lounges, conversation sets, dining sets or sofa sets. We look forward to assisting you with your outdoor furniture needs.

Austin patio furniture and outdoor furniture media

Here are some fancy links to some of the media we've been posting about Austin and patio furniture: