A mission to share Scandinavian design with the rest of the world led Danes Simon and Bjarne Hansen to found this line of living, dining and outdoor products. Streamlined forms and quality materials distinguish these pieces by folks such as Pernille Vea and the late, great Vernon Panton. From its lighthouse-shaped lamps outfitted with oil burners to its voluptuous rubber vases, Menu succeeds in its aim to make functional objects beautiful, and beautiful objects functional.
Once you’ve got the big stuff covered — like a great grill and enough chairs for all of your guests — personalize your outdoor space with these colorful accents. Chill out in one of Novica’s bright-hued hammocks (handmade by artisans in Mexico and Brazil). Stay comfy in the shade under Casual Classics' market umbrellas — thanks to their durable all-weather fabric, they’ll last for years. Lastly, define your space with Liora Manne’s cheery rugs (we love the one with the dragonfly print). And don’t forget the lighting — the right hanging lanterns and hurricane lamps provide an instantly laid-back, resort-y tone.
You may have the most glamorous sofa and eye-catching rug in the world, but if you don’t have some accessories to complement them, the room’s not truly done. Make your space personal and unique with picks from this wide array of accents. And remember: accessorizing needn’t be expensive. To that end, all the items in this sale are under $50.
Clean silhouettes and arresting colors: that’s what you need to make a room pop. We've got plenty of Pop Art–inspired lounge pieces here, from retro lounge chairs in lime-green leather, to an ottoman woven from tomato-colored wire. There are plenty of accessories too (like bright resin roller skates, for one). Think big and small: even a hot pink Bodum coffee press or a replica of Andy Warhol’s iconic “Brillo Box” can transform a space.
From decorative bowls and vases to colorful picture frames, this selection’s got a wide range of accents that’ll freshen a room. And everything is priced under $30, so you won’t bust your budget before spring even starts.