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What’s Hot: Standout Patio Accessories

John Lyon

As the country thaws following a particularly intense winter, those emerging from hibernation will be greeted with a number of products that help tame the great outdoors.

Ligne Roset

A new outdoor version of the Elizabeth seating collection is now available from Ligne Roset. The armchair ($2,720) and love seat ($3,910) are constructed from teak rather than black ash and are upholstered in weather-resistant fabrics. Created by the Singaporean designer Nathan Yong, each seat can be outfitted with cushions available in a wide variety of colors, allowing the owner to adapt the pieces to any space.(www.ligne-roset-usa.com)

Perlick

This Milwaukee-based company recently expanded its 24-inch Signature Series Outdoor collection to include dual-zone freezer/refrigerator drawers and a dual-zone wine reserve. Perfect for outdoor kitchens, the $4,200 freezer/refrigerator features deep drawers that are large enough to accommodate oversize bottles. The $3,700 wine reserve can accommodate 32 wine bottles and, like the freezer/refrigerator, is available with solid stainless steel doors, or with stainless steel ready for the customer’s selection of a wood overlay to be installed on-site. There is also a combination refrigerator/wine reserve, priced at $3,600. (www.perlick.com)

Stellé Audio Couture

The Audio Pillar from Newport Beach, Calif.–based Stellé Audio Couture is a stylish portable speaker that brings high-quality audio to any excursion to the beach or park this summer. The pillar, which stands a foot tall, connects wirelessly to any Bluetooth-enabled device (a stereo input cable is included as well) and is powered by a lithium-ion battery that can store enough energy for 15 hours of use. The Audio Pillar costs $350 and is available in seven color configurations, including two designs created in collaboration with DwellStudio, which are both priced at $400. (www.stelleaudio.com)

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