Western Living Magazine
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Things get shapely in the backyard.
Curvaceous and sinuous or linear and angular, these outdoor pieces—from daybeds to lanterns—show off some serious sculptural allure.
Hand-rubbed teak and brushed stainless steel come together in the striking sweep of this serpentine chaise ($3,199) in the Très Chic collection by Tommy Bahama. paramountfurniture.ca
Mix and match the units of the 2015 Red Dot Design Award-winning Grid collection by Gloster (from $9,225) to create a custom seating area. broughaminteriors.com
The spherical, swivelling form of the Ulm daybed by Ramón Esteve for Vondom (price on request) includes a built-in parasol that gives it a clam-like appearance—lounging here, you’re the pearl. gingerjarfurniture.com
Form and function meet in the minimal matte-black Dolce Vita bar cart ($499) from CB2 that’s designed for backyard bevvies or beats—a makeshift station for outdoor entertaining. cb2.com
With 360-degree hi-fi surround sound and touch-sensitive volume control, the Uma Sound Lantern ($599) is a portable beacon, ready-made campfire and stereo in one sleek, conical design. pablodesigns.com
The Paloform Bol fire bowl (from $2,200) is designer Andrew Barker‘s pick: “Fire brings people together, creating ambiance and warmth, inviting storytelling and maybe even inspiring people to put down their electronics. Paloform’s Bol fire bowl in Corten steel has a beautiful patina of rust that complements a West Coast palette of slate, cedar, basalt, blackened woods and lush native plantings.” paloform.com