Top Five Pieces We Love from the Serena & Lily Spring 2021 Collection

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The warmer weather has finally touched down across The Hamptons. We now look to spending more time outdoors combined with plenty of at home comfort and relaxation. Reward your summer home with a five star treatment from Serena & Lily’s Spring 2020 collection, now in stores.

Serena & Lily is a longtime favorite destination for Hamptons residents to visit and shop for cozy, coastal decor and refined furniture designs. Their storefront is conveniently located on Montauk Highway in East Hampton, with the addition of their online store.

From tabletop essentials to outdoor accents, we share the five favorite pieces we fell in love with this spring season.

Center of Attention

Millerton Lazy Susan

Add an elegant piece to the center of your summer gathering. The stylish presentation of a marble and brass Lazy Susan makes this piece an entertaining essential all year round. In addition to looking fabulous as a tabletop centerpiece, place it on the countertop, use it to elevate your fruit and cheese platter, or to assist with kitchen storage. Mix it up from time to time, the opportunities are endless! $178

Be My Guest

Camden Guest Towels

Treat your summer house guests to the luxuriously soft nautical guest towels by Serena & Lily. These coastal-chic guest towels feature an embroidered sailboat and lighthouse motif on each. Made of 100% linen, they have a luxuriously lofty weight and feel. Add a little style to your bath this spring. They also make for a great gift. Set of two, $58

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Summer Nights

Summerland Lantern

There are now so many reasons to celebrate those starry summer nights. Serena & Lily’s Summerland Lanterns are light and airy, and feature an open-weave design. This design is a perfect way to embrace the coastal air with a handsome dose of artistry and texture. The Lanterns feature a handle for easy carrying. The interior hurricane is made of recycled glass.

Available individually or as a set of two, the Summerland Lantern comes in small and large. Colors are Harbor Grey and Dune. Small, $178; large, $248; set of two or one small & one large, $398

Sweet Slumber

Isla Quilt

Serena and Lily’s iconic pineapple design is a sweet and charming way to celebrate the spring and summer season. The quilt is made of super soft cotton, allowing for the perfect complement to a great night’s rest.

Why not mix it up a bit? The quilt can be reversed to reveal a classic lattice pattern. We love the French Blue color and recommend pairing the quilt with their Isla Shams and Essential Sheet Set. Additional color selections are Evergreen and Wild Rose. $298

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Beach Ready

Gingham Cooler

Carry your snacks and beverages to the beach in style. Serena & Lily’s cool-blue gingham cooler is made for outdoor adventures. From coastal escapes, picnics at the park, camping day trips, and everything in between. Inside is a recycled PVC liner that keeps things perfectly chilled. The cooler is styled with leather handles to allow for durability for years to come. The Cooler is a perfect hosting gift too! $98

For our Connecticut readers, Serena & Lily has a storefront in Westport. They have thirteen stores nationwide, in addition to outlets. Store locations include Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, Boston, and Newport Beach in California.

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Vanessa Gordon
Vanessa Gordon is the Owner and Publisher of East End Taste Magazine. Vanessa is regularly called on as a family travel, personal finance, and Hamptons lifestyle expert. She has been featured in Reader's Digest, Condé Nast Traveler, The New York Times, New York Post, The Daily Beast, The Daily News, and many other publications. Vanessa is also the Founder of the annual Hamptons summer event, the Hamptons Interactive Brunch.