15 Elevated Outdoor Decor Finds You'll Probably Want to Use Inside Once Summer Ends

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Setting up the perfect outdoor patio can be bittersweet. On one hand, you have an amazing space to spend the next three months while entertaining friends, mixing up cocktails, and soaking up the sun. But, on the other, you only have three months to savor it until cold weather creeps in and you've got to move everything into storage for the majority of the year — wah. But wait, what if there was a way to move all of your chicest outdoor picks inside in order to triple their usage? These picks from Walmart will do just the trick. (Just don't blame us if you never want to bring them outside again.)

Part-stool, part-nesting side tables. These are a space-saving game changer no matter the location.

A subtle way to incorporate purple, yellow, and green into a room.

Rattan is everywhere right now. Add some cozy pillows and a throw to this lounge chair to make the perfect corner reading spot.

These gorgeous porcelain balls add a touch of color and class whether placed in a rattan basket, clear vase, or ceramic bowl.

Almost too chic to be put outside. (Almost.)

Since it's meant for the outdoors, this rug is the perfect kitchen accompaniment since it can stand up to tough spills and stains.

Bar carts can be expensive, but we found a loophole: Outdoor ones are cheaper and make drinking outside exponentially more fun.

This sectional is nicer than the one we have in our house. (Don't believe us? Just read the 625 positive reviews.)

Yes, four of these at the kitchen island would be excellent, thank you.

A little bit boho, a little bit of desert chic.

Your entryway has been looking a little bare, after all.

A modern concrete coffee table that can stand up to the elements and our charcuterie spreads? Sign us up.

Who says you can't have twinkly lights up all year long?

You can start using these planters outside while the weather is prime, and later move them onto your kitchen's window ledge for DIY herbs come fall.

This lounger is practically begging for someone to come take a nap in it.

Katie is the Commerce Editor at Hunker. She has previously been on staff at Shape Magazine, Well+Good, and PureWow, and has spent her life perfecting the art of online shopping.

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