Reimagined classics and style-forward fresh finds.
Brass Watering Can
This minimalist brass watering can hold up to 3 liters, making it the ideal size for casual gardening. Available for $80 at Ground.
Italian Travertine Plinth Fire Table
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.
Ukiyo Water Bowl
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.
Outdoor Octagonal Teak and Stone Side Table
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.
Palampore Dinner Plates
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.
Soma Planter Stone
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.