Spring. So fickle. One day you’re planning a park picnic, then a cold snap hits and you’re back to watching Netflix in your sweatpants. If only weekend plans were as flexible as this colorful indoor-outdoor runner from Just Scandinavian ($245; 161 Hudson St., at Laight St.; 212-334-2556). The nine- foot-long woven mat is bright and cheerful enough to make an entryway pop, and its machine-washable plastic can withstand heavy mucking on a weatherworn terrace or patio. It’s perfect for the sunny-soggy-sunny days of early spring. For more double-duty décor, click ahead.
Good for a deck, or as an alternative night-light in the kids’ room (Tse Tse Cubiste and Fanion garlands, $190 and $45 at Mc & Co., 57 N. 6th St., nr. Kent Ave., Williamsburg; 718-388-3551).
Bring them to the park, or eat toast off them in the morning (melamine plates, $1.95 each at CB2, 451 Broadway, nr. Grand St.; 212-219-1454).
If more people show up than expected, pull this indoors for extra seating (Mommy chair, $1,180 at Anthropologie, 50 Rockefeller Center, at 50th St.; 212-246-0386).
A one-foot-cubed cement planter for the smallest, cutest park in the city ($23 at Robin Wilson Home, 230 Park Ave., at 46th St., Ste. 1000; 212-863-9197).
The weatherproof Asteroid lamp creates a soft diffusion of light ($185 at the Conran Shop, 407 E. 59th St., at First Ave.; 212-755-9079).
Don’t let the delicate doily pattern distract from the Perforated Lantern’s usefulness ($59 at West Elm, 112 W. 18th St., at Sixth Ave.; 212-929-4464).
The Eddy Round table’s top flips down for easy stowing, while levelers on the legs accommodate uneven patios ($169 at CB2).
Spun-polyester Miramar pillows are eye-catching but also quick-drying ($29 each at Restoration Hardware, 935 Broadway, at 22nd St.; 212-260-9479).