Enjoy a fine vintage outside and keep it cool in a stemless 12-ounce wine cup. Corkcicle, the maker of this triple-insulated, shatterproof, environmentally friendly cup, partnered with design studio Rifle Paper Co. to adorn the drinkware with lively little bouquets on mint (pictured), cream or blush. They are $25 each at The Cottage Monet in Rockville Town Square (301-279-2422).
Go all in and create a showstopping room with Janta Bazaar, a fresh take on classic chinoiserie from Thibaut’s Caravan collection. The pattern, with climbing vines and tropical birds, is available in wallpaper and fabric. The wallpaper is 27 inches in width and retails for $86 per single roll, and the printed cotton/linen fabric is 54 inches in width and priced at $122 per yard. Both are available through Sherwin-Williams in Bethesda (301-654-7955; sherwinwilliams.com).
Look stylish even when you’re digging in the dirt with these cute work gloves. They are extra long to protect arms from scratches, and constructed of easy-care, machine-washable cotton, spandex and synthetic leather. Available in small, medium and large, the gloves are $38 a pair at Terrain in Anthropologie in Bethesda (240-345-9413; shopterrain.com).
Adding beautiful bed linens is an easy way to change the look and feel of a room in an instant. The Hummingbird reversible duvet and sham features colorful flowers, birds and butterflies on a muted gray background on one side and a crisp white background on the other. A full-/queen-size duvet is $99, and the king is $129. The shams come in three sizes priced from $29.50 to $39.50 at Pottery Barn in Bethesda (301-654-1598; potterybarn.com).
Refresh a summer table with watercolor-inspired floral printed linens. The cotton-linen Sonder table runner is 90 inches in length and sells for $49.95 at Crate and Barrel in D.C.’s Spring Valley neighborhood (202-364-6100; crateandbarrel.com).