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summer favorites: sandra

garment washed sheet sets
for hot summer nights, they’re the most comfortable—and I have a
white crocheted coverlet that I can’t wait to drape over them.
titan galvanized planter
they’re perfect for a city balcony since they create a soft wall and
give some privacy in a nice, neighborly way—they’re also a lot of look for less.
bicycle basket
it’s very functional—easy to lift off and take groceries to the kitchen— and sporty in basic black mesh, like fishnets, that go with everything.


summer favorites: sara

casbah rug
I have a thing for flat woven rugs
and the durability of this one is outstanding. The fun colors make a strong statement—I’ll definitely be bringing this one home.
abuela and abuelo
how cool are they?! I ride to work in the summer and seeing this one on the street would definitely get my attention! Love the Dutch-style and
all the cargo options for a trip to the farmer’s market.
woolly pocket outdoor planter
wool is one of my favorite materials and this recycled felt in bright blue creates a unique vertical garden—very fun and very modern.


summer favorites: raymond

shore polyterrazzo planters
Talk about an amazing value—and so stunning—they could go anywhere… and in multiples.
camp lantern
Love the modern twist on outdoor lighting and how great for entertaining on a budget.
tie-1-on sectional pieces
I could lounge on this all day long—so what’s not to love? It would be so fun to bring it to the beach or an outdoor concert—everyone would be so jealous!


summer favorites: ryan

gro planters
for container gardening, these are
my favorite. Maybe since they’re in the coolest material I’ve ever seen.
polyterrazzo oil lamp
outdoor lighting is a must—we’ll definitely have them on our patio this summer…and fall.
woolly pocket outdoor planter
they’re such a smart design—love the material and the color—if I were a gardener I’d have these on all my patio walls.


summer favorites: judy

acrylic cooler and d.o.f.
I look at these and still can’t believe they’re not glass…from the crystal clear acrylic to the minimalist profile, the thinnest of shams, even the base is practically non-existent.
nest chair
the dark tone on tones are very fashion-forward and the
exaggerated open weave is like an open window letting in cool breezes.
venezia chair
viewed from its sexy profile, you might equate the shapely back with the gondolas of Venice—hence the name.