Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Shade in the Summer?

I love spending time outside my apartment especially when the weather is nice. However, I am prone to unbearable headaches. So overexposure to sun can be a big hurdle for me.
As summer is approaching, now is a good time to start looking for deals on outdoor furniture.

I have put together a list of available furniture options especially for people like me, who would perhaps prefer to be in a shade.

Here you go




Fringes are hung from the round top of this Parasol instantly creating a fabulous glam piece.



I love this very unique umbrella. The shade is made of sunbrella canvas. Impress your friends and family by installing this classic deco style Sun Shade.

Ahh.. I am a huge cb2 fan. This modern umbrella is lovely.
Looks like a huge Lamp. Don't you think so? Price is pretty decent as well.




The egg chair can seat up to 2. Very comfortable and looks Chic.



An ultimate pool side accessory from pottery barn. Cabanas are supposedly a changing area. I would use it as a napping area :)



It seems the Canopy blocks around 85% of sunlight.
It definitely is very elegant and futuristic.



This Synthetic Knit fabric blocks 90% of the sun's rays. Easy to carry and Store.

A piece of advice from me, when you head out, carry a light-weight umbrella, wear a sunglass and a cap to protect yourself from the Sun. Oh, don't forget to apply sunblock lotion to keep your skin flawless.

Happy Summer to All!

4 comments:

Patricia Torres said...

love the egg chair and the outdoor hammock!! but sadly.. I only have a small balcony.. where I attempt to plant whatever I can...

and when the weathers better... we put bar stools there... sit out.. and enjoy.. Thats the best we can do!!

Aditi said...

If I had to choose, I would go with the Pottery Barn chair. It looks very cosy!

Megha Chhatbar said...

I loved the egg chair...Its so different. Very beautiful collection...:) BTW I have started a new blog dedicated to my sketch work — Art on Sketchbook

Gary Heller said...

Love that Hammock. Incredibly simple and functional design.