Once you have kids, benches and booths seem to become the dining furniture of choice. Which is why weâ€™re selling our practically new IKEA ARHOLMA patio set on Craigslist and looking to replace it with a simple yet stylish picnic table. Thereâ€™s just something so casually charming about this humble outdoor table. If money were no object, I would gladly fork over $1,000 for Pottery Barnâ€™s Chesapeake Picnic Table set, made from FSC-certified solid eucalyptus. Or Lollâ€™s more modern Alfresco table and benches. But, sigh, my price range is several hundred dollars below that. Leave it to Target to save the day once again with its own version of an FSC-certified eucalyptus picnic table. For just $199! Not as wow as the Pottery Barn option, but what do you think? Should I go with the more basic Target one and put that $800 toward a new grill and outdoor lounge chairs? –Ginny F.