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5 Essential Home Pieces for Seattle Nature Lovers

Integrating indoor and outdoor spaces is critical in nature-loving Seattle. These pieces make it easy to achieve, and look good, too

By Chelsea Lin & Jennifer Pinto May 7, 2019

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This article originally appeared in the May 2019 issue of Seattle magazine.

This article appears in print in the May 2019 issue and is part of our Top Home Shops feature. Click here to subscribe.

French designer Jean-Marie Massaud imagines intimate tête-à-têtes that are made more fun in the sun with his springtime outdoor double lounger ($13,775) made for B&B Italia. Available at The Diva Group’s B&B Italia showroom, downtown, 1300 Western Ave.; 206.287.9992
Despite its delicate detailing, the 22-by-36-inch Craftsman-styled doormat ($59) can take on Seattle’s toughest shoe and boot traffic. Available at Rejuvenation, SoDo, 2910 First Ave. S; 206.382.1901

With its sleek and steely design, it’s no wonder the Adara fire table ($1,999‒$2,199) has folks all over the city all fired up. Available at Room and Board, University Village, 2675 NE University Village St.; 206.336.4676Shrub-shaped Clostra indoor/outdoor privacy panels ($1,385‒$1,460) from Italian company Ethimo make for a beautiful way to block out the neighbors. Available at Terris Draheim, Georgetown, 5600 Sixth Ave. S; 206.763.4100

Homestead Seattle carries plenty of pretty things for both indoors and out; this 15-inch terra cotta cylinder planter ($125) is perfect for both. Available at Homestead’s Plant Shop, Capitol Hill, 411 E Pine St.; 206.466.4961; and Central District, 2202 E Olive St.; 206.466.4880

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