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

a sife table
Scallop Side Table, Serena & Lily ($498)

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

a wicker chandeliere
Fairmont Chandelier, Serena & Lily ($1498)

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

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Beach Stripe Pillow Cover, Serena & Lily ($98)

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

rattan lanterns
Kent Lantern, Serena & Lily ($148)

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

a four poster bed
Franklin Four Poster Bed, Serena & Lily ($6498)

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.