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Marigot Serving Platter
Glazed stoneware platters mimic the natural grooves of palm leaves. Handmade in Portugal, expect that each leaf will have a slight variation, a sign of the dedication of the artisans who made them. These platters, which are both dishwasher and microwave safe, make the perfect serving pieces for a variety of hors d'oeuvre, simple appetizers, cheese, and more.
Inspired by the curved shield of the Maasai tribe of Kenya and Tanzania, British designer Tracey Boyd designed the curvalinear look of this weather-resistant chair to blend traditional mid-century design elements with modern influences. It's a stunning statement piece for living rooms, porches, and more.
Palm leaf wallpaper is one of our favorite unexpected ways to bring color to a room, which makes this particular print extra inticing at its sale price. The cool tones of the palms welcome whites and other neutrals as accents. Use this paper to make a statement wall in an entryway, kitchen, or master suite.
The tufted wool rug warms up the heart of any room. The hints of pink poking through add a touch of whimsy and a great accent piece for pink walls. Best for an indoor room, use this under a coffee table or sitting area as neutral ground for a room full of color and pattern.
Reminiscent of stacked luggage chests, this six-drawer dresser is sleek and refined with a punch of fun thanks to whimsical brass and nickel hardware and legs. A coat of lacquer protects the painted engineered hardwood piece from moisture, a great option for humid beachside abodes.
These handcrafted frames feature bamboo trimming with bone inlay with a graphic palm print. Available in lush teal blue or delicate pale pink, these frames serve as a statement piece on a bedside table, holding the photo of friends and loved ones, or they're great to frame favored beach finds, like small seashells and sand dollars.
These yarn-dyed cotton towels incorporate intriciate detailing reminiscent of southern European seaside villas. Available in three colors and two sizes, the geometrical patterns are vibrant but not boastful. They're a work of art as much as they are a necessary bathroom amenity.
Rattan, the pliable stems of a palm, transforms into a piece of art you can hang from your ceiling with this light. Set apart because of its natural materials, this fixture blends beautifully into dining rooms, bedrooms, even porches. After sunset, the patterns of light emitted from this intricate pendant will transfix and mesmerize.
Designed by Bohemian interior maven Justina Blakeney, this mirror reflects a certain jungle-meets-boho brand that the Southern California native imbues in all her signature pieces. Blakeney lets her natural enviornment inspire her pieces, like this rattan mirror that mimicks the sun's rays.
The beauty of this blush pink lamp base is its abiding style. With a new shade, this glass base with acrylic pedastal can transition from statement piece in a living room or master suite to a neutral light source in a guest bedroom, den, or porch. Pair with a white drum for a contemporary feel; a cream oval shade lends mid-century flair.
Flat-woven polyester is a safe bet for outdoor floor decor—it's resilient and comfortable on bare feet. Plus, the fabrics are UV-resistant for slower fading and aging. The subdued symmetrical motif is available in a cool turquoise and soft coral, and five sizes for your space specifications.
Using a colorful pattern on a sofa or chair adds immediate personality to a room. This screen-printed design, inspired by Moroccan blankets and Suzanis from Uzbekistan, is fun, youthful, and every bit playful. The bold shapes and color combinations (black and white, blue green, and coral) are vibrant but modern. Its petite frame makes it the perfect corner chair for small guest rooms or sunrooms.