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Stylish Outdoor Goods from Oregon Outfits


Pretty up the table with the Catchall from Bend-based shop Steel Life. Just fill the powder-coated steel bowl with succulents, nestle it in the eye-catching walnut stand, and it’s Instagram-ready. It’s so attractive, you’ll want to bring it inside for year-round enjoyment.

shopsteellife.com

Highlight a balcony or backyard pergola with the Disc String Lights set from Pigeon Toe Ceramics. Each bulb is sheltered by a porcelain shade, the interior of which can be glazed in the color of your choice. Strings come with either ten or twenty-five shades, and up to three strands can be connected together to ensure complete illumination.

pigeontoeceramics.com


Made from A36 hot rolled steel in a sleek, modern shape, Stahl Firepits are meant to sit outside and develop a gorgeous patina. The full-sized firepit is available in wood-burning or gas configurations, while the smaller version, called the Camper, lets you travel in style.

stahlfirepit.com

Combine the stylings of an aluminum lawn chair with the silhouette of the classic Adirondack, and it’s the Belmont Loveseat from Revolution Design House in Portland. Made of teak and powder-coated aluminum, it’s modern, clean-lined and comfortable—all the makings of a new American original. It even has a matching side table.

revolutiondesignhouse.com

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