High/low: Stylish outdoor dining space
Can you tell the difference?
Which is high and which is low?
Everything tastes better when eaten under the night sky, so we created an outdoor dining space that blends formal and casual for a look as easy and breezy as our favourite summer evenings–and we did it all on budgets befitting a single star or the immense Milky Way. • Genie House copper and glass outdoor sconces in Dark Copper marine, Sescolite, $370 each. • Grade A teak Athena folding sidechairs, Mountain House Furniture, $279 each. • Large glass Edge wine glasses, Crate and Barrel, $13 each. • Glass Genisa Tumblers in Green, Anthropologie, $8 US each. • Raynaud porcelain Cristobal No.2 Dinner Piates in Red, William Ashley China, $90 each. • Juliska ceramic stoneware Country Estate dessert plates in Flint, William Ashley China, $44. 7. Stoneware Etched Bowls in Dark Orange, Anthropologie, $12 US each. • Cotton Pavilion fabric in Scarlet, through designers, Lee Jofa, $226 per yard. • Cotton Crochet Toss Cushion Cover, Zara Home, 16" x 16", $40, polyfibre toss cushion insert, 16" x 16", $8. • Wicker, resin and powder-coated aluminum maui ARMChAiR in Light Green, mountain House Furniture, mountainhousefurniture.ca. • Ambrosia maple Serving Bowl, 14" x 4", Woodlot Harvest Studio. • Black walnut Salad Bowl by Geoff Kelk, Woodlot Harvest Studio, 16" x 8", $415; black walnut McLeod Salad Servers, Williams-Sonoma, $52 per pair.