The Perfect Backyard Picnic Requires Splatter-Paint Tupperware

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Temperatures are finally rising across the country, which means summer is right around the corner. We’re all itching to get outside, and the safest way to do that right now is to have a picnic at home with your family or your roommates. Go ahead, soak up the sun in the comfort of your own backyard (or on a balcony, if you have one). 

Our style team gathered their favorite picnic products meant to be enjoyed outdoors—from must-have cutlery to a speaker that will create the perfect afternoon ambience. So choose what catches your eye, plan your menu, and head outside to welcome summer at home. 
Gold Stripe Throw, Minna ($150)
Minna
$150.00
Think of the picnic blanket as the event’s main player, setting the tone for the meal. We’re loving this ’70s-inspired golden throw that reminds us of sun-kissed summers past. 
Libby Cross-Dye Floor Pillow, Urban Outfitters ($49)
Urban Outfitters
$49.00
Picnicking is fun for everyone except your sitz bones. A cross-dyed cotton floor pillow allows for pain-free lounging as you enjoy a long afternoon in the sun.
Move Speaker, Sonos ($399)
Sonos
$399.00
No party, no matter how small, is complete without the perfect playlist. Let Sonos’s wireless smart speaker take charge with long-lasting battery life, easy-to-use voice control, and weather-resistant design. It will even adapt the sound quality for your specific environment automatically. Music to your ears? We thought so.
Organic Cotton Napkins, Borrowed Blu ($89 for Set of 6)
Borrowed Blu
$89.00
Cloth napkins are not only the environmental choice but the chic one. The fabric’s soft texture and earthy color options will bring your rustic vision to life. 
Ice Bucket, Casa Lopez ($130)
Casa Lopez
$130.00
Keep your beverages cool with an ice bucket that will blend right into your lush surroundings.  
Concha Jumbo Serving Platter, Carolina Irving and Daughters ($375)
Carolina Irving and Daughters
$375.00
Sure, it would be nice to picnic on the beach, but when that isn’t an option, an ocean-inspired serving platter can bring the salty breeze to you. 
Glass Tumblers by Duralex, Amazon ($29 for Set of 6)
Amazon
$29.00
Stay hydrated with French-made drinking glasses durable enough to withstand any spills. 
Enamel Utensil Holder, Terrain ($28)
Terrain
$28.00
Cutlery is often the first item to go missing during any outdoor affair, so a colorful utensil holder designed to keep everything in one place is as practical as it is eye-catching. 
Gingham Garden Cutlery Set, Gracious Style ($89)
Gracious Style
$89.00
Pop these in the above utensil holder and suddenly you have a makeshift centerpiece. 
Rooster Salad Plate by Le Cadeaux, Amazon ($18)
Amazon
$18.00
Made from melamine, these unbreakable plates are ideal for any clumsy picnicker. Not to mention the painted rooster makes for a friendly mealtime companion.
Simple Wood Arch Cutting Board, Hawkins New York ($68)
Hawkins New York
$68.00
Hawkins New York’s ergonomic cutting board may look simple, but its large, easy-to-grasp handle makes prep work a snap on the blanket or in the kitchen.
Splatter 3-Piece Storage Bowl Set, Crow Canyon Home ($28)
Crow Canyon Home
$28.00
If family-style isn’t your thing, opt for individual storage bowls for side dishes or snacks.  
Basketweave Salad Server Set, The Enchanted Home ($30)
The Enchanted Home
$30.00
When you’re so close to home, a typical picnic basket isn’t necessary, but if you’re craving a classic wicker moment to complete your setup, these woven salad servers will bring the look to your meal.
Oli Dinner Plates, Xenia Taler ($48 for Set of 4)
Xenia Taler
$48.00
Graphic and fun, the plate version of the gingham tablecloth will make you want to reach for seconds (or, okay, thirds). 
Farlig Pitcher, Ikea ($5)
Ikea
$5.00
Refreshing lemonade or fruit-infused water belongs in this clear-glass pitcher made for quenching summer thirst.  
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