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6 Summery Design Accessories We’re Coveting

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What is it about summer that makes us want to buy all the accessories?

Summery Design Accessories

1 Picnic Basket by Hay, $80 at The Modern Shop 
Plunder your local farmer’s market in style with this Danish-designed wicker basket.

2 Fruit Pouch by Baggu, $60 At Easy Tiger 
A wallet that’s guaranteed to dazzle everyone standing in the iced coffee line at your local espresso pump.

3 Summer Towels by Dusen Dusen, $100 At Design Within Reach
Brooklyn-based Dusen Dusen takes inspiration from fine art, advertising and naive design for their collection of textiles, including these pool-side stunners.

4 Bend Shelf / Mirror by Kutarq, $200 At Umbra
Bend Shelf’s mirrored shapes reflect summer light into any room (think entryways or powder rooms) and stores precious knick knacks.

5 Glyph O Hook by Alice Tacheny, $68 At Casson Hardware 
These cast-concrete wall hooks inspired by “cattle brands and lost languages” bring summer-blockbuster levels of fun to any wall.

6 Glass Bud Vase by Jesse Bromm, From $25 At Cambie Design
Hand-blown into pleasingly irregular shapes in Canada, these rumpled vases are the perfect vessels for wildflower cuttings.

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