Reimagined classics and style-forward fresh finds.
This minimalist brass watering can hold up to 3 liters, making it the ideal size for casual gardening. Available for $80 at Ground.
Splendidly austere, this fire table celebrates the purity of honed travertine, allowing its impressive mass to showcase the natural variations and organic movement of the stone. Starting at $8,264 at RH.
Thoughtfully composed with a Japanese sensibility, this fountain features delicate floating islands planted to create an aquatic landscape vignette. Starting at $3,550 at Opiary.
Featuring an understated Moroccan- inspired silhouette, this accent table made from teak and stone charms with undeniable style and durability. Available for $1,005 at Mecox Gardens.
For outdoor entraining in style, a decadent tablescape is a must. These decorative melamine plates inspired by antique Indian textiles are sure to make a bold statement. Available as a set of four for $75 at Siren Song.
Shapely and minimal, these cement planters are wonderfully transitional and add character with a gently tapered silhouette and plump perimeter lip. Starting at $2,190 at Sarza.
Andy Sand is an interior designer based in San Francisco and has specialized in high-end residential interiors for almost a decade. With a flair for the eclectic and allegiance to maximalism, he continues to design spaces with undeniable personality and style.