Our Favorite Outdoor Products for a Desert Home

From a powder-coated milled steel fire bowl to Japanese sconce, these products will look great beside the desert landscape.
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Desert living never looked so stylish as with these new products. The selection includes sleek metal chairs woven with marine-grade rope and a new doodle-like rug from the witty Spanish designer, Jaime Hayón’s. See more below.

Teja Dining Chair by Bivaq

Another example of the weaving trend in outdoor furnishings, Bivaq’s textured collection—which includes armchairs and sofas—comes with a wood or metal base threaded with marine-grade rope. 

Made of powder-coated milled steel, designer Henrik Pedersen’s fire bowl strikes the right note between tough materials and a refined profile.  

Designer Massimo Castagna’s planter also balances rough-and-ready and refined, with aluminum bowls of various dimensions suspended between steel rods. One can anchor a space, but a series makes for a verdant room divider.  

Jaime Hayón’s new collection has the wit that we’ve come to expect from the Spanish designer. This outdoor rug, made from 100 percent recycled fiber, intertwines nine portraits in a doodle-like composition. 

Kengo Sconce by Sonneman

This sconce reminds us of traditional Japanese design filtered through Frank Lloyd Wright—it wouldn’t look out of place at Taliesin West. An LED source directs light down through teak louvers. 

From the masters of outdoor chic, the sharp lines of this lounge complement the warmth of its rhythmic wood slats. The aluminum can be finished in multiple colors, and the sustainably harvested teak will hold up to any weather. 

We love the proportions and shape of this watering can designed and made in Japan. Its slender neck and wide spout provide a consistent gentle shower.


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