The summer is heating up and I’m all in for the tropical trend. Green leaves and houseplants are back and I love the look. Graphic and inspiring. Some favorites here.
1)The floatie is a summer must-have for my pool. This tropical palm tube float feels like an exotic getaway in my mind. Fun Boy palm pool float 55$ 2) This lucite indoor outdoor table from Charish has the feel of cool lattice but in a large way. Perfect by the pool for a statement graphic. 3) As my empty nest heats up, I am looking at some cool places to visit with my sweetie. The newish property from the Bunkhouse group in Todos Santos is calling my name. The Hotel San Cristobal Punto Lobos, is a beautiful spot. Nature and the sea are foremost at this property on the coast of Baja, but the design is always the determining factor in my travel plan and this view, not too shabby. Dreaming my interior design dream here. 4)I’m trying to be more environmentally conscious and living without plastic. This palm leaf travel mug from Society 6 25$ is great to keep in your bag for ice coffee stops and drinks on the go. 5) The Mquan Friefly Jar at ABC home 285$ has the best mix of graphic and texture. I’m in love with the flower motive too. 6) The Nyasia Maxi Dress from Stella MacCartney 800$ is a playful print I am so into. Not the biggest wearer of color, but this one looks so cool that I may have to get it on! 7) This Black Classic mud cloth shortboard by Gary Linden for St. Frank 1200$ is shall I say “swell”! I am a fan of surfboards to look at and for surfing, so this one is on my “short” list! 8)The MOMA design store has the Barrow Fire Pit or wheelbarrow grill. 800$ It is so ingenious for the summer barbeque. And it can roll right into fall. Hee-hee. 9) At H&M home, the tropical pillow cushion 15$ is my favorite cushion out there. It’s fab on the patio but also a great one to bring inside. Not that we need any more warmth, but this pillow creates it indoors. 10) The Cream Navajo cuff at St. Frank 275$ had me at plus signs. Designer Etkie, works with Native American artisans in New Mexico to create jewelry inspired by the landscape and culture of the Southwest. I stumbled upon this Manhattan shop recently and it’s online store is worth a look. Great sourcing of unique and conscious items. Diving in now!