Architect Christopher Polly renovated an Australian home with sustainability and the outdoors in mind. The airy result is especially impressive in the indoor-outdoor eating and dining area. While we can’t replicate Polly’s design moves, we’ve taken apart the pieces so you can recreate the room’s laid-back, modern appeal. Photo by Brett Boardman
Vitamin Container Bowl by Ole Jensen for Muuto
A bowl with a philosophy: “With a bit of good will, the bowl helps us take better care of our fruit and vegetables, and ourselves,” says designer Ole Jensen. The three spaces are also meant to impose order on your unruly countertop produce. $114
Bulky Tea Set by Jonas Wagell
This fat and happy tea set will encourage you to feel the same. $39 for a set of two teacups.
Kartell Neutra Lamp
Italian designer Ferrucio Lavani designed this elegant, shell-like lamp in 2008. $1,100
Kivitaraha Pillow by Marimekko
Although the fabric used for the throw pillows shown is not currently available, we’ll happily take this updated black and white pattern for our sofa. $63
Alvar Aalto’s Stool 60
In lieu of a coffee table, three of these stackable stools were grouped together. $308
Eames Molded Plastic Chairs
The Eames chair with a wood dowel base is a kitchen classic. $399
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