Summer Starts Now With Serena & Lily’s New Collection
It’s never too early for wicker and cabana stripes.
Published Jan 15, 2021 11:24 AM
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could skip the January chill and jump ahead to summer? Well, the next best thing is Serena & Lily’s newly launched spring collection. The Bay Area–based brand is kicking off the coming season six months early with a series of textural pieces ready to warm up your cozy winter scene right now. For anyone itching to get out from under a mountain of blankets and into the sunshine, here are a few of our favorites to speed the process along.
A Bar Cart Perfect for Daiquiri Supplies
Who actually rolls their bar cart around the room? Using a side table as a resting place for all your cocktail needs is a great way to bring the guests to the drinks station so they can admire those scalloped edges.
Forget Candlelit Dinners, Opt for Vintage-Looking Lighting
Hang this chandelier over your dining table to create an environment fit for leaving the screen door open. The slim metal arms stop the eight-bulb fixture from feeling bulky, and though we prefer the woven shades, white and yellow versions are also available.
Accessorize Pillows Like It’s a Beach Club
There’s always space for cabana stripes. These cushions are made in a UV- and mildew-resistant textile ready to survive the elements in the heat, but they’re perfectly capable of standing up to a dog or a spilled mug of tea inside for the remainder of winter.
Lamps for Self-Care Now, Repelling Mosquitoes Later
When the night comes for everyone to sit around the patio, lighting a citronella candle in this rattan lantern will help keep bugs at bay. For now putting a few in the bathroom during a soak or clustered in a corner while reading is a chance to change up the energy of your space.
The Bed Built for Afternoon Naps
You’re working from home right now, which means it’s likely you’re really working from bed. Wrapped in handmade raffia fabric, this four-poster will support you through your Zoom calls—and it’s the next best thing to falling asleep in a hammock under the sun.