• Alexa Boschini

Focus on Accessories

From rugs, lighting and art to pillows, garden décor and tableware, accessories tie outdoor furnishings together to create a complete outdoor living space. These accents highlight cool blues and greens for a colorful collection that enlivens outdoor décor without overwhelmings.

Capel’s Garden Party rugs infuse outdoor spaces with playful energy, braided in the United States of 100% polypropylene and shown here in bold aquamarine. Capel’s Garden Party
Handmade of Handmade of 100% polyester microfiber using designer Liora Manné’s signature Lamontage process, the Murano Swirl Caribbean pillow from Trans-Ocean’s Visions III collection reflects a painterly effect.
Surya entered the outdoor lighting category at the Chicago Casual Market with designs like this tropical table lamp in a rich turquoise finish. ury
The Garden Cottage The Garden Cottage Blueberry rug by Treasure Garden coordinates with the company’s Milano Cobalt Stripe solution dyed acrylic canopy fabric for a cohesive look.
Bask in a serene island ambiance anywhere with the vivid Crystal Blue giclee on gallery-wrapped canvas by West of the Wind, treated to resist water and UV rays. Bask in a serene island
Made of melamine and Made of melamine and acrylic, the Natural Elements dinnerware collection by Merritt International includes salad and dinner plates, serving bowls and tumblers in shades of turquoise, peacock and emerald.

 

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Exterior Design

Exterior Design

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June Digital Edition

Casual Living Digital Edition June 2017

Don’t miss the June digital edition of Casual Living and our fourth and final installment of the Elements series—Air. Contributor Marc Barnes talks with shade manufacturers about their latest innovations, and freelancer Laurie Rudd keeps us suspended in midair, literally, with a showcase of hanging outdoor products. Also be sure to check out our annual Casual Living Merchandising Awards winners, and don’t miss our behind-the-scenes look at Telescope Casual. June Digital Edition