The Shadowy Chair by Tord Boontje is made in Senegal of woven nylon cord on a steel frame and goes for $2,898 at Anthropologie.
Anthropologie.com or call 800-309-2500 for store locations.
Sorrento, Melamine dinner plates in a choice of four colors are $5.95 each or $19.95 for a set of four at Crate & Barrel.
Crateandbarrel.com or call 800-967-6696 for store locations.
A folding bird feeder of white painted steel is $50 at MoMA.
Momastore.org, 800-851-4509; 81 Spring Street (at Crosby Street), or 44 West 53rd Street.
Emmet, a modern version of a rustic-style sofa, made of recycled plastic, is $649 at Room & Board.
Roomandboard.com or call 800-301-9720; 105 Wooster Street (at Spring Street).
A 10-inch square patch of fake green grass, with or without flowers, is $20 at CITE.
Citenyc.com, 866-764-088; 131 Greene Street (at Houston Street).
Solig, a set of three 2-inch-wide, battery-operated LED lights are $2.99 (they shine for about 90 hours and are not rechargeable) at Ikea stores.
Ikea.com or call 800-434-4532 for store locations.
Garcon, a rolling cart with two removable serving trays, is $69.95 at CB2.
CB2.com or call 800-606-6252; 451 Broadway (at Broome Street).
Bodum's 15-inch barbecue grill is $55 at Mxyplyzyk.
Mxyplyzyk.com or call 800-243-9810; 125 Greenwich Avenue (at 13st Street) or 10 Columbus Circle (Time Warner Center).
Sky pots hold plants upside down and have an internal reservoir for self-watering. In three sizes: small, $55; medium, $75; and large, $95.
At Flora N.Y. Florany.com or call 212-274-1887; 85 Franklin Street (at Church Street).
A string of eight solar-powered LED globe lights will stay lit for about nine hours when fully charged; $19.99 at Ikea stores.
Ikea.com or call 800-434-4532 for locations.
Outdoor fabric inspired by Mexican textiles is $54-$136 a yard, from Sina Pearson.
Sinapearson.com or call 212-366-1146; 150 Varvick Street (at Spring Street).
A large plastic bowl shaped like a lettuc eleaf is $9.99 (a small one is $4.99) at Tarzian West.
Tarzian-west.com or call 718-788-4213; 194 Seventh Avenue (at Second Street) Brooklyn.