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5 Breezy, Cali-Style Furnishings

Wish you were there? Embrace leafy greens and poppy pinks for a relaxing resort feel

By Eric Mutrie


1 Life of Leisure

Whether in an ocean-side villa or condo sunroom, Sika Design’s Fox armchair is a natural spot to soak up some rays. Danish architect Viggo Boesen’s classic 1936 design shapes rattan into sweeping organic curves. $1350, at Stylegarage


2 Good Vibrations

Italy’s Miniforms updates the gramophone with this whimsical lacquered-wood music cabinet. Set your surfer bobblehead collection on top and blast Beach Boys hits through the ceramic Bluetooth speaker. $4600, at Suite 22 Interiors


3 Green Wall

Banana leaves are layered atop one another in this lush watercolour wallcovering from Spain’s Coordonné. The pattern is digitally printed on non-woven, U/V-resistant paper. $130/roll, at NewWall


4 Keep Hydrated

Umbra Shift’s Deuce watering can in mint stainless steel is a sharp visual reminder to water those thirsty houseplants. The design also functions as a drinking carafe, with its long spout doubling as a handle. $70, at Umbra


5 Aqualounge

Resembling a wave crashing ashore, Roche Bobois’ sea green Odea sofa makes a splash in any modern den. The ultra-cushy four-seater is upholstered in Trevira CS’s Sole fabric and padded with bi-density foam. $8025, at Roche Bobois

Originally featured in Issue 2, 2017 as Palm Springs Escape.

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