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The designer is bringing her colorful, directional line to Browns this summer in an exclusive capsule that includes a wonderfully large straw hat and sculptural wicker basket that doesn’t look like it was ripped from an old photo of Jane Birkin.
Serena is on the back patio, curled up on a white outdoor couch trimmed with wicker.
Kate went for a white lace Alexander McQueen look, while Sophie was stunning in a green ensemble with a wicker headpiece.
The store specializes in rustic furniture and accessories to create the quintessential Southern vacation home—think distressed wood, Americana motifs, custom swing beds, wicker, Mason jars, tea towels, string bulb lights, and more.
Wyoming has a throwback feel, with big porches, rocking chairs and wicker sofas with plump pillows, hydrangeas bursting with blooms.
Orvil Fluharty, a retired aircraft mechanic and RC hobbyist for more than 50 years, built the Spirit of St. Louis plane over eight years to scale and included a wicker seat and scale periscope.
The warehouse sale will include the piano from The Rayburn House, the patio wicker furniture that Spacek’s character often sat in while overlooking the beach, and the bedroom furniture of Chandler’s character, John Rayburn.
The butts were put out near a wicker chair and some other flammable materials, said Boise Fire spokeswoman Char Jackson.
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WICKER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wicker for English Language Learners
: thin twigs or sticks that are woven together to make furniture and baskets
WICKER Defined for Kids
Definition of wicker for Students
: made of wicker wicker furniture
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