Take It Outside: Dining!

March 23, 2016 | By | Comments (3)

Outdoor dinner parties are every guest’s favorite way to dine, and we’ve found the best accessories and furniture for just such an occasion. Cheers to staying outside all spring and summer long!


Outdoor dining

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How to set your table? 

Barlow Tyrie

A teak bottom and ceramic top make this table a solid choice for withstanding the elements. Barlow Tyrie Monterey 200 Rectangular Teak & Ceramic Table, $5,000


Q Squared

Melamine plates are perfect for outdoor entertaining–we love the blue floral pattern of these! Q Squared NYC Heritage Salad Plate, $11


Jayson Home

A polished nickel ice bucket with a rope handle adds a nautical touch to a table. Jayson Home Stowe Ice Bucket, $198


Zero Emission

We love the clean lines of this bamboo chair, and the striped cover is the cherry on top. Zero Emission World Bamboo Director Chair in Navy and White Stripes, $156


Solve It!

A fun activity for after dinner, this wooden domino set is a sweet find. Solve It! Dominos 9/9 Wooden Game, $30


Product images courtesy of Barlow Tyrie, Q Squared, Jayson Home, and Zero Emission. Domino image by Kevin Sweeney…thank you!


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  3. authenTEAK (@authenteak)

    The Monterey table by Barlow Tyrie is hugely popular but the best part is the coordinating chairs – see them here: http://ow.ly/iOPs300mWLJ

    May 19, 2016 at 9:24 am

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