Lighting

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It feels so good to have the pergola mostly finished (we still have to stain it but we've relented...that just isn't going to happen until...

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patterned pieces for outdoor living persian inspired via www.pithandvigor.com
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Oh boy, I used to think I was the kind of person who handled change really well, but this week put my just-go-with-it mentality to...

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I am not sure why it rarely occurs to me that I can ask you all questions too when I need some help....but it just...

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Ok --I admit this maybe stretching the definition of DIY  -- but for those of you who perhaps need a bit of help when it...

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As I have sort of begun to organize the chicken coop/ potting shed I am - with every item that gets discarded - wanting to...

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I love imagining gardens and outdoor rooms that have a distinct look and feel and when I start to play with ideas I always start with words....

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By day, I suspect these light to be hardly worth noticing.  After all, the resin has been shaped and molded to be an exact replica...

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neal street london vi wee.pithandvigor.com
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Is the weather crazy where you are?  New England is having stormy weather like I haven't seen since I lived in Colorado (fast moving afternoon...

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This picture got me wondering...just what might this streetscape look like if the LA and Planners who were putting it together just went all out...

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Perhaps the best trade show I have ever attended is Maison et Objet (which is currently underway in Paris).  There is just so many exciting...

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My beautiful home grown gourds from last year's garden are finally dried (yes it seems to have taken a full 12 months).  But now I am finally...

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I had few revelations over the weekend. Not the least of which was that I need to settle down and get back to a sense...

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Have you ever seen something and realized it is exactly what you are looking for, but didn't know it until you saw it?  I have...

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Here is the recipe: Tapered candles Bamboo poles Wire Pebbles Terracotta Pot Combine together in the most obvious way -- and ta-dah! -- beautiful garden...

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Is anyone else as intrigued by these lights as I am?   They look so similar to a light I had in England when my daughter...

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A classic Southern Garden
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I love noticing the details the give a place the personality it deserves.   For me, a classic southern garden (such as this)  has a few...

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I am so excited to share this with you that I decided to forgo the option to use the before picture (click here if you...

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Happy Monday!!  I've got a a little blockade of draft posts to clear out today (Now that I am past Friday's Bluehost image rejecting drama)....

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image by hpk The idea of a giant classy outdoor ballroom is completely fascinating.  The Akash party plot located in India, is just that.  Such...

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Who knew that putting well dressed french kids in magazine shots for outdoor light features would hook line and sink me? There were many more...

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As the snow starts to fall (again) I just lit a fire and am wishing that I had a few more candles to light.  Candles...

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