Kinneybunkport’s handsome, roomy French Market Picnic Backpack lets you bring a touch of Provence on your next hike. Hand-woven from palm leaves and finished with leather straps, it’s great for a lunch outing or to haul your farmers’ market picks. $80; kinneybunkport.com.
Drink to That
It may look like crystal, but this drinkware is made from Tritan, a material that’s break-resistant, BPAfree, and dishwasher safe. The line is available in five colors (we’re partial to seaglass, pictured here). Available in sets of four: tumblers, $48; wineglasses, $48; highball tumblers, $58; qsquarednyc.com.
Whether you’re tailgating or vacationing, Sagaform’s handy 5-in-1 barbecue multitool makes it easy to grill on the go. Its design is reminiscent of a pocket knife and includes all of the essentials: a silicone brush, spatula, barbecue fork, knife, and bottle opener. $39.75; lijodecor.com.
With a design inspired by a painter’s drop cloth, Juliska’s summery new “splatter and spin” tableware line is lightweight, shatterproof, and just the thing for dinner on the deck. $16 to $18; juliska.com.
Put a Cork In It
Sovaro’s luxury cooler is a splurge for good reason: It’s a monumental upgrade from any cooler you’ve seen before. Sized to store wine bottles upright (as well as to provide a seating alternative), this cooler boasts a one-touch latch, friction hinges to keep it open, a drainage plug, heavy-duty luggage-style wheels, and a telescoping travel handle. It’s also lined with cork, a natural insulator that resists mold and mildew and won’t degrade over time. $595; sovaro.com.