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Time to toss the vinyl tablecoth!
Sunshine at dinnertime is such a rarity in these parts – so soak it up while it lasts. But be careful not to scare your patio guests off with dollar-store melamine. To go al fresco in style, try upgrading your outdoor dining space with these beautifully rustic pieces from local decor experts.
1. Ice white with blue rim enamel Mug, ($12) available at Old Faithful Shop. Throwback “Dig for Victory” grey steel mug ($11.75) available at Örling and Wu. 2. Bright orange chick tealilght holder ($9), available at CB2. 3. Maple salad bowls by Stinson Studios, multiple styles ($235 – $300), available at Provide. 4. Patterned napkins by Pehr ($12), available at Provide. 5. Rustic log salt and pepper shakers ($16.50), available at Old Faithful Shop. 6. Bronze sapling salad servers by Roost ($110), available at Provide. 7. Nautical rope napkin rings ($5) 8. Vintage iconic matchbox ($15) 9. Nautical rope handle salad servers ($48), all (7-9) available at The Cross Decor and Design.