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Patio Panache

Add a little “oomph” to the outdoors this summer with these durable-yet-elegant furnishings and accessories



KONOS COLLECTION (above) designed by Janice Feldman for Janus et Cie, teak frame and heavy canvas linen cushions, 3 Seat Sofa: $6,295; Ottoman: $1,577; Lounge Chair: $3,012; janusetcie.com

 

CALI LOUNGE CHAIR by Philip Nimmo, 32” W x 30” H, $3,000; philipnimmodesign.com

 

CRI CRI LIGHT by Foscarini, collapsible silicone lantern, available in two colors, $567; foscarini.com

 

EMMET LOUNGE CHAIR in Navy, by Room & Board, 29” W x 33” H, $399; roomandboard.com

 

NORMANDY LANTERN in Bronze, by RH, also available in Brass and Polished Stainless Steel, four sizes, sold separately, $375-$1,125; restorationhardware.com  

 

AURORA SOFA in Brown Faux Rattan, by Made Goods, also available in White, 80” L x 34” W x 55” H $6,400; madegoods.com

 

SAVANNAH LOUNGE CHAIR by JANUS et Cie, $4,255; shown with CHARLES CONTINENTAL DINING TABLE by JANUS Et Cie, $8,044; janusetcie.com  

 

LEAD SLED CHAIR by Arper, $773; arper.com

 

COSTES DINING COLLECTION by Ethimo, pickled teak, dining armchairs: approximately $778 without cushions, table: approximately $4,668; ethimo.com

 

CALISTOGA COLLECTION by Williams Sonoma; sofa, coffee table, club chair and side table pictured; from $250; williams-sonoma.com

 

CUSHION SOURCE by Red Rock Tileworks, available in 68 colors, $50 per square foot; redrocktileworks.com

 

CACTI INDOOR/OUTDOOR BRASS COFFEE TABLE, designed by Fred Segal for CB2, $699; cb2.com

 

SWING LOUNGE ARMCHAIR designed by Patrick Norguet for Ethimo, pickled teak, $1,376 without cushions; ethimo.com

 

BRAYLON OUTDOOR TABLE AND BENCH by Rustic Trades, steel and hardwood, built to order, price upon request; rustictrades.com

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