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For the look without the weight or price tag of real stone, consider using the Danish retailer’s WallSmart non-woven wallpaper version.
The 90 Degree collection offers a lever shower handle, six-inch water-efficient shower head, faucet, and stylish grab bar. Available in warm-toned brushed nickel or classic chrome.
Wall-mounted toilets can be hung at a height that’s accessible to wheelchair users. The vitreous china dual- flush bowl uses 1.6 or 0.8 low-flow gallons per flush.
This handheld shower features a five-inch-wide spray face and three different water-flow settings. A special limescale-resistant surface makes maintenance easy.
Under-sink clearance offers greater flexibility for wheelchair users and can also accommodate step stools for young children. Shown with Duravit’s Vero washbasin ($415–$690).
The Saarinen-esque swoop of this feeder’s roofline suggests machine tooling, but every copper unit is made by hand in Virginia.
A naturally oxidizing teak frame and two removable stainless-steel trays make this refined bar cart deck-friendly.
Do not be deceived by this seemingly lightweight lawn chair; it’s made by a traditional process (casting) using a modern material (aluminum).
The Italian designer’s second collaboration with the American retailer yields over 100 summer-ready pieces, like these graphic towels.
A Bluetooth speaker is a must for impromptu alfresco gatherings. This one boasts a passive subwoofer and an eight-hour battery.
Urquiola’s best-selling Canasta series gets an update with a new interlaced polyethylene frame and expanded colorways.
Part Maarten Baas, part animated robot, this small-scale barbecue is a fun option for outdoor cooking.
The teak beverage cooler features a stitched leather handle and removable, polished-nickel-and-stainless-steel insert.
The exuberant French designer may have been inspired by Surrealism, but his plush modular sofa is a practical choice for a covered terrace.
The three-part planter shows up its humble terra-cotta cousins by putting the growing process on display. The clear body is also a four-week water reservoir.
Two former Georg Jensen colleagues bring a similar heirloom approach to their new venture, a company producing handmade goods from classic materials, like the ash wood shown here.
The Copenhagen studio brings a dash of Danish influence to its clean-lined outdoor collection.
The round, concrete landscape planter is finished with a raised geometric motif and a raw, sandblasted finish.
More complex than it seems at first glance, each of Novague’s origami-inspired aluminum chairs requires eight hours of fabrication.
Handblown curves and smoked glass options make this carafe, and its lid that can double as cup, a no-brainer for outdoor entertaining.
Cheery, textured textiles for the beach or poolside designed by the impresarios of pastel, Dutch design duo Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings.
Fade- and mildew-resistant Sunbrella fabric in an ironwork pattern.
A solution-dyed acrylic-and-polyester blend is available in five colors.
The first outdoor fabric from the Danish textile company is made of polyolefin fiber.
Woven polypropylene is finished with eco-friendly GreenShield.