Umbrellas, hammocks and lounge chairs included
The Yawalapiti Hammock is part of a limited selection of traditional, handwoven hammocks from online retailer Maison Numen. Similar styles available from $360; maisonnumen.com. Photography courtesy of MAISON NUMEN.
Fireclay Tile’s hand-painted Agrarian Collection is influenced by the bold agricultural landscape of Northern California. Shown here in Grove, from $35/piece; fireclaytile.com. Photography courtesy of fireclaytile.com.
Mombasa, the latest from Peter Dunham Textiles, is a woven Sunbrella outdoor fabric inspired by a vintage African marriage cloth. $186/yard, retail; hollywoodathome.com. Photography courtesy of Peter Dunham Textiles.
Serena & Lily’s Teak Camp Stool is available in a variety of outdoor-friendly fabrics. Shown here in Sonoma Stripe Blue, $228; serenaandlily.com. Photography by Serena & Lily.
Designed by Ann Marie Vering for RH, the Milano Lounge Chair is crafted from weathered teak with metal joinery. Cushions from $890, frame from $1,895; rh.com. Photography courtesy of RH, Restoration Hardware.
Perfect stacked together for larger outdoor plants or filled with succulents as a single table topper, the hexagonal fiber-cement Hex Planters from Inner Gardens are also available in three sizes. $950-$1,350; innergardens.com.
Santa Barbara Designs has collaborated with photographer Gray Malin on a capsule collection of colorful umbrellas that capture the spirit of classic Mediterranean and 1960s resort design. Shown here in South Beach, from $2,500; graymalin.com; sbumbrella.com. Photography by Nicholas Scarpinato.
Written by ANDREA STANFORD.