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Bringing The Garden Indoors, #3

We may be having a reprieve from the freezing temps but, there’s still a ways to go until spring. So, here is my third installment on how to bring the garden indoors during the winter months.

Tory Burch Instagram image, Lettuce Ware platter and Ginko place mat. One Kings Lane gold glassware, green glasswaregreen plate, and spoons. Leaf place mat.

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Bringing The Garden Indoors, #2

This picture from Elle Decor is perfect for my series on bringing the garden indoors during the winter months. The yellow orchids are cheerful and topiaries are always good, too.

Planters below from One Kings Lane

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Bringing The Garden Indoors

Botanical prints are one way to bring the garden indoors during the winter months. These beauties are from One Kings Lane.

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A Holiday Table

If Halloween is the official kick-off to the holiday season, then let the games begin. I nicked this pic from JJ Martin’s Instagram feed because the colors and patterns make for a beautiful fall table. The red glassware is divine.

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‘Cabin Fever’

British Vogue photographed stylist Clare Richardson’s Catskills cabin for the November issue. Having spent a bit of time in the area 20 years ago at the home of another British stylist, Camilla Nickerson, these pictures remind me of fun and laid-back times. The perfect place to spend a fall long weekend.

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Smell Like A Rose, Cont.

With a week of rain predicted, I’m going to pick up this Diptyche Roses candle.

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Bunny Williams

I’m no expert when it comes to interiors, which is why I appreciate the designer Bunny Williams and her practical advice on how to create an “informally elegant”, yet livable, home—a home that welcomes children, dogs, and everyday life. These images, and a wonderful Q&A with Ms. Williams, are in today’s WSJ.

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Red And White

Red and white feels fresh and these Oscar de la Renta plates are no exception. They’d make for a beautiful summer table setting.

Image © Vogue.

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Alfresco

I’m inspired by these images—they are from two different home stories in the June issue of Vogue.

We’ve had gorgeous weather the past few weekends and have spent every minute in the garden. Creating an outdoor work/dining area is one of my favorite spring activities. I tweak it every year by adding new potted plants and switching up the table linens. Dining alfresco is heaven on earth in my book.

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