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Home Style: Make it Black and White

No shades of gray here! Black and white is a classic combination that never goes out of style — and that includes for your outdoor space. Some summer greenery is the perfect accent for these cool and contemporary pieces.


Clodagh Sofa from RH, $1,796  

Handcrafted porcelain Black and White Dot Hanging Planter from Stak Ceramics, $60

photos courtesy kelly lane / ice house studios & arhaus

Handmade pillows by Kelly Lane; Fringe ($118)  and Eclipse ($128)

Andaz Outdoor Double Chaise in Cabana Black from Arhaus, $2,699

The Stores:
Arhaus 235 S. Highland Ave., Shadyside, 412/362-7005; 12075 Perry Hwy, Pine Township, 724/934-5390; arhaus.com
Kelly Lane / Ice House Studios 100 43rd St., Suite 108, Lawrenceville; 412/414-4661, kellylanedesign.com
RH Pittsburgh The Gallery at Ross Park, 1000 Ross Park Mall Drive, Ross Township; 412/563-5909, RH.com
Stak Ceramics 7800 Susquehanna St., Unit 204, Homewood (by appointment only); 412/860-1530, stakceramics.com

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