2) Furniture: This is a great bench from Ballard Designs. It's scaled right for a narrow hallway or the foot of a bed. In black and ivory, it works with most traditional decor.
3) Planters: A treat from Horchow, these are incredibly nice and lightweight. Most poly planters are matte and in solid colors. These have a realistic ceramic-looking glaze and are light enough to move the pots around as your plants grow or the sunlight changes.
5) Accessories. For summer, I love to introduce coral and cream. The seaside motif is a bonus since I think coral reef patterns are timeless classics. These pillows are from WS Home. The wooden beads on the sand dollar pillow are really nice, and I do use them on a covered patio where there is no direct sunlight. Check out the pillows with a Seaside theme for other colors and patterns you may love.
7) Tabletop: From Kim Seybert who is an extraordinary designer of luxury table linens and napkin rings. Since coral (the organism) is indicative of seaside and summer, setting the table with these napkin rings is both seasonal and elegant. Paired with all white dinnerware, you can be flexible with napkins or table runners. Available in multiple bead colors.