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Large Outdoor Umbrellas

Outdoor Outdoor Shades Patio Umbrellas Patio Umbrellas Featured Categories All Patio Umbrellas Cantilever Umbrellas Market Umbrellas Drape Umbrellas Patio Umbrella Stands & Bases Patio Umbrella Accessories Patio Umbrellas Sale UP TO 65% OFF Patio Furniture Blowout Shop Sale Now Shop by Category All Patio Umbrellas Cantilever Umbrellas Market Umbrellas Drape Umbrellas Patio Umbrella Stands & Bases Patio Umbrella Accessories Patio Umbrellas Sale Patio Umbrella Guide When the warm weather begins to come out wherever you live, the patio becomes a place of relaxation. Depending on your schedule, you go there during the week or on the weekends to relax and share stories or simply take in the outside of your home. If you do this often during peak sun hours, then a patio umbrella is a much needed purchase. At Wayfair, it’s our focus to provide you a range of outdoor umbrellas, so you can find options anywhere from large umbrellas to small umbrellas. You can also find different types such as market, drape. or cantilever. You have three umbrella types to choose from on Wayfair.com: Market Umbrella Cantilever Umbrella Drape Umbrella Market Umbrellas Market umbrellas are by far the most popular. They often go into a heavy stone or concrete base which prevents the umbrella from going anywhere during windy weather. You can then place the outdoor umbrella virtually anywhere you want shade in your yard. Most popular options include putting it in the middle of an outdoor dining table, assuming the table has the hole for the umbrella. By putting the outdoor umbrella in the middle of the table, you can create a comfortable outdoor dining experience. If you choose to eat lunch in the morning or afternoon, you have the option to break out the outdoor umbrella and get some shade. Probably the biggest decision you have to make when deciding on your market umbrella is the lift method you want it to have. The crank lift is a convenient and popular option but there is also the pulley or manual lift. The crank simply has a handle you crank up and crank down. The pulley relies more on a pulley system while a manual umbrella goes up and down like a standard umbrella. You don't have to place the market umbrella only on an outdoor table. If it's in a base, you can move it anywhere you want such as in between two chaise lounges. Canitlever Umbrellas The next option you have is the cantilever umbrella. Here, the actual shaded umbrella portion is attached to a single free-standing pole. This is opposite from the marketing umbrella where the pole is at the very middle of the outdoor umbrella. These are great for patios with dining tables without the umbrella hole. You can simply put the base of the umbrella next to the furniture and the umbrella portion will hang over the furniture you need it too. Whether it be a table, two Adirondack chairs, or chaise lounges, the cantilever umbrella is a stylish look for any patio. Drape Umbrellas The third umbrella type you'll find is drape umbrella; they have about an inch or two of curtain hanging over the end of the umbrella. Similar to cantilevers, it helps form a unique style about the outdoor umbrella. In addition to style, the extra inch of cloth can help add more shade as well if you're in need of it. Drape umbrellas can rest within bases similar to market umbrellas or they can fit into a patio dining table without a base; you just might need to pull it out after use. Depending on the one you choose, you could also bring it to the beach and drive it into the sand. This can be a useful way to get a few more beach hours in during the day. When you get tired of the sun, simply dig a hole and put the end of the outdoor umbrella into the sand so it won't blow away. There are some consistencies regardless of the umbrella you choose. The color, canopy fabric, and pattern are all things which remain consistent across patio umbrella types. You want the color to match other elements of your outdoor setup such as your patio cushions, your home or siding, or your deck. All fabrics are made to hold up in all types of weather but the most common are polyester and sunbrella. Lastly, you don't need to settle on a solid color umbrella if you don't want to. In addition to solid, you will find striped, floral, plaid, chevron, or polka dot – so if you'd like, there's plenty of room to add some extra style. Sponsored Links Advertisement Feedback Advertisement Feedback

Large Outdoor Umbrellas

Patio Umbrellas Market Umbrellas Cantilever Umbrellas Drape Umbrellas Umbrella Stands & Bases Finishing Touches Patio Gazebos Pergolas Patio Covers Arbors Outdoor Cushions Made for Shade Keep your cool on the deck, patio or at poolside Shop Outdoor Umbrellas by Size What size umbrella should you buy? For optimum comfort, choose one the gives you at least two feet of overhang on either side of the table or seating area it’s intended to shade. So, if you’ve got a 6-foot patio table, a 10-foot umbrella should do the job. 5.5 – 7 Feet 7.5 – 10 Feet 10.5+ Feet Shop Umbrellas by Style + Stands & Bases Market Umbrellas Made to fit into the center hole your patio table to provide ample shade for everyone at the table. Cantilever Umbrellas Stylish shading with an unobstructed view. Perfect for café-style seating and pool seating areas. Drape Umbrellas Keeps everyone around the table cool while adding a little charm and decorative flair. Umbrella Stands & Bases For most umbrellas, you want at least a 50-pound base, which can reliably anchor a 7 to 8-foot free-standing umbrella or a 9-foot table umbrella. Shop Shade Structures and Covers Patio Gazebos Pergolas Patio Covers Arbors Hot Umbrellas For Cool Outdoor Spaces Enjoy sunny days in the shade on your deck, patio or at poolside under the right outdoor umbrella. We’ve got a spectacular selection of patio umbrellas, including market umbrellas, cantilever umbrellas, available in a variety of sizes, styles, and color. Whether you want to brighten things up with a pop of color or just need some relief from the sun, we’ve got you covered. And, don’t forget about patio umbrella stands or a base – trust us you’ll need one.

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Patio Umbrella Guide When the warm weather begins to come out wherever you live, the patio becomes a place of relaxation. Depending on your schedule, you go there during the week or on the weekends to relax and share stories or simply take in the outside of your home. If you do this often during peak sun hours, then a patio umbrella is a much needed purchase. At Wayfair, it’s our focus to provide you a range of outdoor umbrellas, so you can find options anywhere from large umbrellas to small umbrellas. You can also find different types such as market, drape. or cantilever. You have three umbrella types to choose from on Wayfair.com: Market Umbrella Cantilever Umbrella Drape Umbrella Market Umbrellas Market umbrellas are by far the most popular. They often go into a heavy stone or concrete base which prevents the umbrella from going anywhere during windy weather. You can then place the outdoor umbrella virtually anywhere you want shade in your yard. Most popular options include putting it in the middle of an outdoor dining table, assuming the table has the hole for the umbrella. By putting the outdoor umbrella in the middle of the table, you can create a comfortable outdoor dining experience. If you choose to eat lunch in the morning or afternoon, you have the option to break out the outdoor umbrella and get some shade. Probably the biggest decision you have to make when deciding on your market umbrella is the lift method you want it to have. The crank lift is a convenient and popular option but there is also the pulley or manual lift. The crank simply has a handle you crank up and crank down. The pulley relies more on a pulley system while a manual umbrella goes up and down like a standard umbrella. You don't have to place the market umbrella only on an outdoor table. If it's in a base, you can move it anywhere you want such as in between two chaise lounges. Canitlever Umbrellas The next option you have is the cantilever umbrella. Here, the actual shaded umbrella portion is attached to a single free-standing pole. This is opposite from the marketing umbrella where the pole is at the very middle of the outdoor umbrella. These are great for patios with dining tables without the umbrella hole. You can simply put the base of the umbrella next to the furniture and the umbrella portion will hang over the furniture you need it too. Whether it be a table, two Adirondack chairs, or chaise lounges, the cantilever umbrella is a stylish look for any patio. Drape Umbrellas The third umbrella type you'll find is drape umbrella; they have about an inch or two of curtain hanging over the end of the umbrella. Similar to cantilevers, it helps form a unique style about the outdoor umbrella. In addition to style, the extra inch of cloth can help add more shade as well if you're in need of it. Drape umbrellas can rest within bases similar to market umbrellas or they can fit into a patio dining table without a base; you just might need to pull it out after use. Depending on the one you choose, you could also bring it to the beach and drive it into the sand. This can be a useful way to get a few more beach hours in during the day. When you get tired of the sun, simply dig a hole and put the end of the outdoor umbrella into the sand so it won't blow away. There are some consistencies regardless of the umbrella you choose. The color, canopy fabric, and pattern are all things which remain consistent across patio umbrella types. You want the color to match other elements of your outdoor setup such as your patio cushions, your home or siding, or your deck. All fabrics are made to hold up in all types of weather but the most common are polyester and sunbrella. Lastly, you don't need to settle on a solid color umbrella if you don't want to. In addition to solid, you will find striped, floral, plaid, chevron, or polka dot – so if you'd like, there's plenty of room to add some extra style. Sponsored Links Advertisement Feedback Advertisement Feedback

Large Outdoor Umbrellas

Large Outdoor Umbrellas

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Large Outdoor Umbrellas
Large Outdoor Umbrellas
Large Outdoor Umbrellas