I mentioned last week that we are in a mad dash to find outdoor furniture now that the weather is getting warmer. Dining inside when its so nice out is the cardinal sin of the summer months. You wouldn't believe how hard it is to find a set that suits us, though. Everything seems to be either too traditional (read: old) or too modern; finding something in the middle is more difficult than we thought. Especially when my inspiration is LOMBOK.
Ah, LOMBOK. Imagine if Restoration Hardware was less heavy and depressing and more influenced by the East: that's LOMBOK. I love this brand. The craftsmanship is astounding - you can see it in the pictures - and when reading about the company on their website, their pride in their product is nearly palpable. Their aesthetic is fabulous as well; the mixture of classic, rustic and modern is perfect. Its exactly what we need sitting outside our little cottage. Why must you be based overseas, LOMBOK? Don't you know what you're doing to me?
Even though the larger furniture probably won't be making the trip to my home in Kansas (and more's the pity, because its beautiful), I've got my eye on the stool and butler's tray above, as well as the Lamp Phoenix. This is really something you have to click over to see - look at it unlit, then view it lit. Whether its magic or design crack I'm not sure, but I can't quit it.
L to R: Bima Arched Carved Stool | Sambala Wooden Outdoor Love Seat | Greywash Butler Tray | Moorish Iron Windlight | Sambala Wooden Outdoor Side Table
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