Home Depot just slashed prices on patio furniture—save up to 35 percent

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Just add frozen margaritas. (Photo: The Home Depot)
Just add frozen margaritas. (Photo: The Home Depot)

Even if your summer plans look different than expected, you can still spend the next three months sunbathing, grilling and lounging—all in the comfort of home.

If your outdoor space looks more like the backdrop for a scary movie than the oasis of your dreams, you’re in luck: Home Depot is having a massive sale on patio furniture. From lounge chairs to gazebos and everything in between, you can give your yard or patio the makeover it needs without spending a fortune.

Scroll down for the best deals, but hurry — the sale ends tonight.

You'll be tempted to spend all day curled up with a book. (Photo: The Home Depot)
You’ll be tempted to spend all day curled up with a book.
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Lighting and Outdoor Space Were Key to Transforming This New Construction Home

When Shanty Wijaya of Allprace Properties decided to take on her latest project—a modern farmhouse in L.A.’s historic Jefferson Park neighborhood—she wanted to create a calming atmosphere with an intrinsic outdoor-indoor living situation inspired by the California-cool neighborhood it was built in.

“This neighborhood is known for its Craftsman-style homes, filled with character and history,” says Shanty. “The layout was very closed off and the finishes were uninspiring. The landscaping was completely bare, unappealing, and empty. Our goal was to transform this standard new build into a character-filled Craftsman-style home that blended nicely into the charming neighborhood.” Working with a theme of modern farmhouse and Craftsman style, she completely restored the newly built 2,000-square-foot home, which includes four bedrooms and three bathrooms on a 5,076-square-foot lot.

<div class="caption"> <strong>BEFORE:</strong> Shanty says that landscaping was one of the most difficult tasks of the transformation. “When we designed and landscaped the project, it was winter and most of the plants were still dormant. It was difficult to find tall, mature plants that had a full appearance, which is the look we were going for. We wanted to make sure that the homeowner could enjoy an outdoor, private <a href="https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/creating-your-own-edible-garden?mbid=synd_yahoo_rss" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:oasis" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">oasis</a>, and we were able to get the desired look for the landscaping, which I am very proud of.” </div>
BEFORE: Shanty says that landscaping was one of the most difficult tasks of the transformation. “When we designed and landscaped the project, it was
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Far Hills Business Classic Home And Garden Needs Your Support

The new coronavirus has changed life for all of us. Local businesses have taken a huge economic hit, but communities are finding creative ways to support the establishments they know and love.

In an effort to help local businesses in our communities stay connected and succeed, Patch will shine a light on some of them through a series of Q&A articles during this time.

Classic Home and Garden is one of the businesses in town facing struggles during the coronavirus. You can lend your support by reading more about the company, below, and by contacting them here.

Tell us about your business and its history in your town.

Classic Home and Garden has been in Far Hills since 2003 at the Mall at Far Hills and within the last few years has moved down the street to 49 Rte 202, Ludlow Square at Far Hills. My name is Karen

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The Met Gala at home! See how people are re-creating famous red carpet looks

The 2020 Met Gala was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but you can still celebrate the biggest fashion party of the year.

Vogue magazine invited readers to re-create their favorite Met Gala looks using the hashtag #MetGalaChallenge.

In the days since, Instagram has been flooded with DIY outfits inspired by the celebrity-packed fundraising event held the first Monday in May at New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art. (Click here for more details on how they’ll pick the winning look.)

Sanja Nestorovic, a bartender in Brooklyn, New York, has taken on the challenge in full force. She’s channeled celebs like Blake Lively, Celine Dion, Rihanna and Kylie Jenner.

“The challenge is keeping me busy and at home,” Nestorovic told TODAY Style. “I have no design experience, so I feel like I’ve discovered another side of myself.”

All of Nestorovic pieces are made with items from her apartment, including

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