Unwinding: Accessories with Ease and Elegance for Laid-back Summer Days

New products and innovations from the design landscape
Design finds for the summer, from wine racks to dining chairs

1 The portability of this steel-and-saddle leather wine rack by March makes it the perfect entertaining companion. Holds up to 10 bottles of your favorite local vintage. $1,100, March, 415-931-7433.

2 Adrienne Neff’s Uzo collection is inspired by ancient and Neolithic decorative arts from around the world. Yananoma in Granite Gray and Ink Blue is hand-painted on recycled paper. $120 per yard, through Holland & Sherry (T), 415-552-2144.

3 We envision these stylish little stops holding open the door on warm summer days. Made in San Francisco, they are available in gold, bronze, silver and rose-gold metallic leather along with a selection of fabric handles. $118, 415-388-9696.

4 Restoration Hardware’s plush Ibiza chaise encourages extended poolside reclining. $1,095–$1,955, 415-865-0407.

5 Whether you’re heading to wine country or the coast, the folding dining chair by Link Outdoor travels effortlessly with you. Price upon request, through Sloan Miyasato (T), 415-431-1465.

Design finds for the summer, from wall-hangings to pillows

6 Artist Heather Levine handcrafts one-of-a-kind ceramic wall hangings and wind chimes from clay and found wood to be reminiscent of the California landscape. Through Esqueleto, Oakland, 510-629-6216.

7 Talitha Getty would surely have loved Madeline Weinrib’s chic new chiffon caftans, which could take one elegantly from San Francisco to Marrakech. $800, 415-626-1103, Madeline Weinrib.

8 Rosemary Hallgarten’s alpaca ombré pillow is hand-dipped to achieve a painterly gradation of hue. Its light, silky fabric makes it a perfect accessory for summer; shown here in navy, it is available in a range of colors. Through De Sousa Hughes (T), 415-626-6883.

9 Cappellini’s Acciaio Lounge Armchair, named for the steel used to make Italian bicycle tubes, sports a tapered iron frame with full-grain leather seat. Price upon request, Arkitektura In Situ, 415-565-7200.

A version of this article appeared in the Summer 2014 issue of San Francisco Cottages & Gardens with the headline: Cultivations.