Inspired by late 1960s and early ’70s fashion and art, outdoor living is tie-dye for. Reimagined patterns, vibrant colors, and innovative shapes create a kaleidoscopic scene in your backyard and beyond—redefining comfortable living.

Roche Bobois Mah Jong Outdoor Modular Sofa /price upon request /

Santa Barbara Designs Santa Barbara Teak Octagon Umbrella in French Pink and Malibu Blue /     $5,140 /

Juliska Splatter and Spin Melamine Salad and Dinner Plates / $18–$20 /

Made Goods Dunley Coffee Table / $1,700 /

DEDON Rilly Cocoon Chair / $3,420 /

Les-Ottomans x Matthew Williamson Peacock Feather Design Printed Napkins / $65 /

Bunny Williams for Ballard Designs Bird Feeder / $99 /



Whimsical yet linear forms, subdued yet rich colors, and natural yet manmade materials make for an enchanting garden party. From vintage-inspired tablecloths to seagrass-wrapped pitchers, al fresco dining has never looked so good.

Davide Fuin Footed Blue Water Glass / $175 /

Summer Classics Santa Barbara Barrel Back Dining Chair in Oyster / $1,188 /

Holocene No. 4 by John Pawson for Wästberg / $386 /

Locust Valley Tablecloth / $55 /

Serena & Lily Cayman Seagrass-Wrapped Pitcher / $48 /

KETTAL Bitta Sun Lounger and Stool / price upon request /

Formations Fusion Dining Table Base / to the trade /