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
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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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