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Party Plein-Air

Beautiful and cleverly designed accessories make entertaining outdoors a memorable celebration.
JORGE S. ARANGO

Florida-based patio umbrella company Tuuci introduces its latest entry into its “architectural shade design” with the easily erected Equinox Cabana with Automated Louvered Roof, featuring movable remote-control aluminum louvers overhead to regulate sun. Price upon request; tuuci.com

New York–based designer Nour al Nimer created Isabelle’s Garden Party tableware for her company Nimerology. The bright botanical pattern brings the essence of spring and summer’s flora and fauna to the table. $45–$270; nimerology.com

The new Aria glassware collection from Emporio Sirenuse, the boutique at the Positano namesake luxury hotel, will conjure images of romantic sunset dinners overlooking the Mediterranean on the Amalfi coast. $110–$415; emporiosirenuse.com

Actress Marlo Thomas has a new collection of entertaining accessories for Williams-Sonoma and Pottery Barn. The ceramic bowls nesting inside turned oak are removable for easy washing. $80; williams-sonoma.com; potterybarn.com

Elements, a collaboration between architect Daniel Germani and Brown Jordan Outdoor Kitchens, is a modular system that suits any environment and weather condition. It comes in dozens of colors. From $9,000; brownjordanoutdoorkitchens.com

Los Angeles–based concrete craftsman James De Wulf creates game tables, such as this ping-pong version that can ramp up the fun at any party (and also double as a dining table). Made to order. $13,216; jamesdewulf.com

The MoBar by Dometic brings the drinks to you. Three sizes offer different storage capacities and work surfaces that roll conveniently out to the pool or balcony and tuck away in a corner until needed. $770–$4,400; dometic.com

Fire Totems by Studio Vlock rethink the patio heater idea as sculpture. Available in steel or powder-coated to match any color. Sold as a sleeve ($3,800) for prism-style heaters or as a complete unit. From $4,500; studiovlock.com

The Heatsail Disc Infrared Cantilever Heater for RH was designed by Dutch design dynamo Piet Boon. It uses less energy than gas, has dimmable illumination, and mimics the rays of the sun. $5,500; rh.com

The silicone handle for carrying and hanging the Mūn Rechargeable Lantern by Danish OEO Studio for Stellar Works flips horizontally to support the glass shade as a table lamp too. $280; us.stellarworks.com

Ligne Roset’s Paseo, meaning “stroll” in Spanish, is composed of a teak frame with black lacquered aluminum grilles. It’s solar-powered and also has a USB port for convenient recharging. $430; ligne-roset.com/us

Barcelona firm Marset collaborated with car brand CUPRA on Chispa, meaning “spark.” The portable light can stand on a table, or be hung or carried. It also allows light to be directed by panel shades. $220; marset.com/usa

Danish architect Verner Panton designed the iconic Panthella lamp for Louis Poulsen in 1971. The company has now created a portable, battery-operated outdoor version that comes in white. $254; louispoulsen.com

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