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There is a new crop of catalogs that have some nice items on offer.  One of them is called Wisteria.  They have a some items...

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I think I am having a little obsession with notebooks lately.  I just keep finding ones that I really like and I start to imagine...

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As outdoor furniture makers go, sometimes it is a sea of sameness, which is why I love McKinnon and Harris.  Their stuff is simply more...

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I just discovered Indigo Junction in Melbourne, Australia.  I love the clever vintage garden decor (and all the other vintage stuff for the rest of...

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Can you get scooped in blog-land?  I think so... I really want to be right on top of my game...all things outdoor living and stylish, ...

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I got lost for a while yesterday at Big Cartel.  I thought you might like to see some of what I found.  I only made...

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I found this on Garden Design online this morning. I love items that are pieces of something else.  To me they carry so much of...

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Containers are such a common and useful item in the garden, that I am always pleased to find some that are either good quality for...

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How I did not know of this place before now, shames me.   I have been to CA so many times, but never to wine country,...

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A quick follow up on the pocket gardens that I posted about in Dec. ...you can get them at Branch (in the USA) -- and...

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So many beautiful notebooks for my garden notes....I think these are better for my client meetings than for mucking about outside.   Cartolina Notebooks are stunning...

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I thought they were wood at first glance...but when I realized they were copper, I loved them even more.  Very reasonably priced and green certified. ...

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Found at Minor Details today: Jelte van Geest designed the GrandChair with two people in mind ..... grandparent and grandchild. At first glance it looks...

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indian garden inspiration from maharaja tent company via www.pithandvigor.com
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Tents are so handy.  They can be impromptu party places, pool hangouts, spa treatment rooms, living quarters, shopping venues, ball rooms and play houses to...

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I wish you all a Happy New Year!  May you receive kisses tonight that are as beautiful and charming and long lasting as this 'kissing...

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tree trunk bowls from loyal loot
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I have so many trees down right now, that coming up with ideas to use some of the lost wood is on my mind. These...

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Graffiti in the garden - We talked about it a couple weeks ago.  Now look -- Terracycle, a terrific company that is recycling all sorts...

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I love you wall in montmarte paris made with enameled lavastone
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Prized for indoor use, glazed volcanic lavastone is also an excellent material for the garden and outdoor design. I recall seeing it regularly in my...

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I love how these wreaths take the simplest and cheapest greenery and make something completely amazing. Baby's Breath wreath found via Design mom, via Megan...

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Drain grates for Rills and water garden features
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Years ago I had a project where I needed drain grates just like those that Iron Age provides.  Of course I couldn't find them at...

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vintage bullet pencils
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This is a slogan that sums up my motherhood, business owner, holiday frazzled, over stressed, aging, yoga brain. I have long dreamed that if I were...

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