1. Hay Pillar Candles
Escape the tapers! These sculptural Hay Pillar Candles (starting at $45) are the cooler way to dine by candlelight.
2. Tantuvi No. 7 Sunrise Rug
Layer this handwoven Tantuvi No. 7 Sunrise Rug (starting at $150) over your jute one for a graphic pop.
3. Fredericks and Mae Chalk Set
What begs for color more than concrete? This Fredericks and Mae Full Spectrum Chalk set ($30) proves sidewalk art isn’t just for kids.
4. Tara Ashe Reversible Glass Vase
The Tara Ashe Reversible Glass Vase ($65) is a minimalist-approved bud vase—it looks beautiful even without flowers.
5. Helen Levi Magic Hour Dinnerware
Everyone knows a mug can make you happy, so toss your chipped ceramics and upgrade to Helen Levi Magic Hour Dinnerware (giant mug, $62; snack plate, $32) in soft, dusky shades.
6. Igloo Picnic Cooler
Keep bevs chilled, throwback-style, with this classic Igloo Picnic Cooler ($68) inspired by the official fruit of summer—watermelon!
7. Celina Mancurti Leather Coasters
The prettiest way to prevent water rings: these cheerful Celina Mancurti Leather Coasters ($36 for a set of 4).
8. Opalhouse Beach Towel
Love the beach but hate the sand? Lounge in style with this Opalhouse XL Beach Towel ($18), big enough to sprawl out on without getting gritty.
9. Lund London Skittle Bottles
Lund London Skittle Bottles ($35) are the new, new way to tote your H2O, and with 59 color combos you can personalize your hydration style.
10. Closed Mondays Jewelry Tray
Got odds and ends that need corralling? Don’t Kondo them! Just toss them in a paint-dipped Closed Mondays Jewelry Tray (starting at $28), which makes your random stuff look intentional.
This article originally appeared in our Summer 2020 issue. Get the magazine here.