Made of solid teak with knotted rope detail, the imported Maru occasional chair adds a light, airy, coastal-inspired element to your home.
Terra Designs Interiors
With woven indigo coco beads languidly cascading to ruffled edges, the Patricia Round chandelier is the epitome of bohemian glamour. Also available with natural coco beads and a silver metal finish.
From Leftbank Art, the Blue Colored Drops II giclée captures the essence of coastal South Carolina with a mixture of blue hues and softness. A customizable frame is available.
The handcrafted Coco Ruffle mirror adds dimension and elegant detail to any wall. The beveled mirror is encased in a metal frame embellished with hand-cut and hand-strung coco beads cut from coconut shell.
The Red Dresser
This early 19th-century butcher’s block table is a one-of-a-kind masterpiece, bringing history, character, charm and function to any modern-day kitchen.
Lavender Hill Designs
These hurricane vases, imported from Amsterdam from Rivièra Maison, provide the ultimate décor versatility. Fill them with sand and seashells, submerge flowers or float candles on top for an elegant display.
Reminiscent of pots handcrafted by old-world artisans, the Nordic lamp is molded from raw ivory porcelain and partially coated in a rich blue drip glaze. It is finished with a linen and raw hemp drum shade lined in cotton and topped with an acrylic ball finial.
Inspired by the ornate art elements found in Ardmore Ceramics, these decorative pillows are handmade in Johannesburg, South Africa. Available in cotton, silk or velvet, each design is available in different colors.
Transform your dining table into a conversation piece with the whimsical, colorful Charleston lazy Susan by Sincerely, Sticks. Each piece in the collection is handcrafted and made in the United States. Many different designs are available.
The Madeline chair is a Danish design crafted of cane rattan and a man-made resilient fiber. Lightweight and versatile, it is ideal paired with a bistro table or used as occasional seating in the living room.
Renatus Reclaimed Wood
A treasure of lost landscapes, this “sinker cypress” wood was likely harvested in the 19th or early 20th century but sank on its way to the sawmill. Today, Renatus Reclaimed Wood recovers and repurposes these logs into slabs that are ideal for tables, mantels, bar tops, shelving, framing, shiplap and flooring.
The Perle glassware collection by the Italian company Zafferano sets a charming summer table. The glasses, crafted by master glassblowers, are available in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors.
Featuring curved lines reminiscent of sea oats waving in a coastal breeze, the Windswept lamp is constructed of metal, coated with a bronze finish and topped with a linen shade.
Terra Designs Interiors
Striking and unforgettable, this side table features a cast stone top made of inlaid, fossilized clamshell placed on a cocktail- height, distressed pewter base. It adds a coastal twist to an industrial piece and pairs nicely with mid-century modern chairs or classic designs.
Inspired by the feathery coral of the Pacific Ocean, the new embroidered Atoll pattern from Matouk features a small satin stitch border. The full line of Ceylon 520 thread-count cotton percale bedding is available in three colors of embroidery.
Buckhannon Brothers Tile
This aquatic glass tile makes a dramatic statement in any room, but the pool is where it really shines. Use the aqua blue glass mosaics as an accent or throughout the entire pool for a bold splash of summer color.