Cozy Up to the Great Outdoors With These Mountain Cabin Essentials

Our picks include a handmade coffee table, a kettle collection, and a Bauhaus-style bee hive.
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Cozy and versatile sums up our selection of new products for outdoor spaces at a mountain house. Our picks include a handmade coffee table, a kettle collection, and a Bauhaus-style functional bee hive. See more below.

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Three Brazilian friends—a designer, an environmental engineer, and an architect—devised this Swiss Army–style combination grill, pizza oven, rocket stove, and fire pit that debuted last year.

Naoto Fukasawa looked to traditional joinery for a new chair for B&B’s outdoor collection. The teak rods are connected with wooden pins rather than screws, which allow them to weather without cracking. 

Spanish designers Gonzalo Milà and Alex Fernández Camps’ entryway-ready, handwoven lantern comes in four sizes, ranging from just over one and a half feet to nearly five feet tall. 

A handmade coffee table—designed by José Zanine Caldas—calls to mind tree canopies with its asymmetrical shapes. It’s available in multiple woods to match your favorite forest. 

Sure, they were made for camping, but Snow Peak’s wood and stainless steel kettle, grinder, and drip funnel—all designed and manufactured in Niigata, Japan—are great for deck lounging, too. 

We’ve been fans of Loll’s made-in-America outdoor furnishings for a long time, but the company surprised us earlier this year when it decided to bring a little bit of the Bauhaus to beekeeping by making a functional hive in its signature, stripped-down style. 



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