From succulent art to a new affordably chic bicycle, here is what we’ve been admiring this week.
Above: A worthy winter’s project: Sunset magazine offers a step-by-step tutorial on how to make a living pieces of wall art. Photograph by Thomas J. Story.
Kendra clued us in to photographer Chris Thomond’s photo essay on a 200-year-old Lancashire oak tree. The piece is “a strangely seductive story of an oak tree in the north of England and its progress through the seasons,” she says.
Above: Ikea adds two wheels to its inventoryAvailable in February.
- ‘Tis the season to sow seeds.
- Do vegetables need friends?
- A new life for a Tennessee farm.
Above: There is something undeniably Gothic about this Cocoon Vase by WrenLab, which makes it an excellent unexpected addition for a bright space.
- An under-appreciated urban river.
- Let there be light.
- Reveling in the beauty of the San Diego Botanical Garden.
- In Remodelista news: The Home Spa Reimagined.
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Above: “Forever wandering” with a camera in her hand, photographer Emilie Ristevskie captures enigmatic moments full of botany (@helloemilie).
Looking for more tips, ideas or botanical inspiration? If so, consider our posts on DIY Rose Water Hydrosol, a Modern Mosaic Garden in SF or a roundup of our recent Current Obsessions.
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