Ever true to our tagline, we believe in living beautifully through seamless integration between our selves and our spaces. So when summer finds us spending as much time outdoors as temporally possible, we consider the ways in which our environs can better support us, specifically by asking ourselves: What elements enable us to live our best lives? And how can we extend those gestures outside?
In Good Company
Homes oriented toward entertaining naturally grow in scope come summer, as patios beckon with unfussy furniture clusters. At Teton Chalet—a family compound tucked into its hillside setting—we created a social focal point by encircling a sculptural fire pit with eight Adirondack chairs. Aglow at night, the scene evokes a campfire ring, as warm as it is welcoming.
For home chefs and hosts, outdoor dining spaces are essential. With this missive, we choose wares that convey both rustic beauty and functionality, items that make the flow from kitchen to patio feel effortless and stress-free. Starting with a sturdy metal-topped table and woven chairs, exemplified by the ensemble Elisa Chambers set for herself at home. For durable yet designed table settings, we turn to the stock of our sister showroom, Twenty Two Home, where a new collection of Acacia Tulip and Round Salad Bowls easily segue family-style dinners outdoors. Marble Serving Trays and Rastro Cutting Boards allow for stylish yet sturdy transport and display. And our signature Twenty Two Home Glazed Stoneware line of handmade plates and bowls lends a luxe practicality to outdoor place settings. To strike an organic note, add our Striped Linen Napkins as a finishing touch.
For some, designed moments of quietude are a lifestyle priority—translated through interior design as cozy reading nooks and intimate sitting areas. Outside, we cultivate similar spaces of quiet repose by tucking seats into the porches or decks adjacent to bedrooms. Inherently private, such terraces invite reflection, a scene epitomized by the outdoor sitting area we designed off of the primary bath at Ranch X. Outfitted with a pair of vintage metal armchairs, matching side table, and stone planter, the private patio allows for serene seclusion.