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A versatile tray is without a doubt a summer essential that is worth adding to your wish list. Why not place your favourite drink or snack on a tray next to the sunbed or serve welcome cocktails at your summer garden party? A tray is perfect for carrying out snacks to your friends in the garden and gives you a stable base for drinking glasses.
These towels from NJRD are well deserving of a place on our list of shopping tips for summer essentials. With its lovely and soft terry material, you will not want to use another towel this summer and is a given favourite in the beach bag. NJRD has created three towels in colours that represent the sky, sea and sand - which will be your favourite to take to the beach?
Carry it to the beach, for your towels and other summer essentials. Bring it to a picnic in the park filled with your favourite goodies. Or even place it on the patio and fill it with cosy blankets and pillows to really bring the inside out. We're talking about the essential summer basket - the best tip for all your storage needs this summer.
Plastic rugs are a Swedish staple and are simply perfect for bringing a cosy, homely element into any outdoor space. Soft and water resistant they bring a splash of colour or draw the eye with an interesting pattern, allow your guests to feel the soft comforting texture beneath their feet. A true summer essential if you ask us!
A plastic rug can add a pop of colour or an interesting pattern to your outside space.
Picnic basket, snacks and drinks - the only thing missing is a soft blanket to sit on for your picnic on the beach or in the park. Here we have two summer essentials for you from Klippan Yllefabrik and Classic Collection - choose your favourite summer must have!
Another tip for your outside space this summer, is to add some lovely cushions. Outside spaces are at their best when they are connected to the inside so don’t be afraid to add textiles such as pillows or throws and rugs. These items are also perfect to take with you on all your picnics this summer, luxurious, little comforts to help you relax.
During a hot summer’s day everyone need to cool off with a good drink. Here we have three tips for elegant drinking glasses that are sure to find their way onto your list of summer essentials.
Are you looking for new ideas for refreshing summer drinks? Check out our 7 deliciously simple recipes here!
Smart and stylish ideas for the outdoor kitchen is a summer essential for those of you who have finally realised their dream of an outdoor food prep and cooking this summer. Hooks to hang your kitchen utensils on or a practical stand for your dish soap are two summer essentials you simply cannot miss!
Pots are perfect for bringing greenery into your outside living spaces, whether it is a small balcony or a large deck for your summer garden parties having plants around will bring your space to life. And pots are not only useful for putting flowers in - choose a larger pot and use it as a storage basket for all your outside blankets and pillows. Or why not store cutlery and napkins in a more rustic pot to have on the dinner table?
Tips: Choose a large pot, such as the Cloudy flower pot, to store your cosy throws or pillow outside.
Last but not least, light up those summer evenings with a rechargeable, portable lamp. All you have to do is charge the batteries and take it wherever you want - to the beach, to the patio or out in the garden. Portable lighting helps you enjoy the balmy summer evenings longer and is without a doubt one of our favourite summer essentials.
We hope you have found what you were looking for among our list of summer essentials. Now you hopefully you have the perfect towel for the beach of that ideal cocktail glass you’ve been searching for or maybe you found something you didn’t expect but are just as happy to have stumbled upon.
Styling: Alexandra Johansson Ordonez, Anna Magnusson, Arijana Kapic, Ellinor Johansson, Gabriella Leek, Lina Öhlund, Lukas Kunwaryanto, Linnéa Axelson, Marine Sazy, Sarah Moberg, Sophie Ottosson
Photography: Angeliqa Daldorph, Janet de Kriek