From a Miami Beach home covered in greenery to a new collection of cork planters, here’s a look at what we’ve been admiring this week.
Above: Spotted on The Elysian Edit: the latest goods from Bay Area-based creative Melanie Abrantes who designs beautiful hand-turned cork and wood planters and homewares. Photo by Melanie Riccardi courtesy of Melanie Abrantes and The Elysian Edit.
- Tips for making roses last longer.
- A backyard education.
- Sunprints for a sunny day.
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- 12 backyard updates you can do in a day.
- Why this weed is “having a moment.”
- A house the invites the open sky.
Our Latest Instagram Obsession
Above: Described as “a tiny atlas of food, travel and lifestyle,” the site lean + meadow captures beautiful moments from “an appreciated, simple and slower paced life.” We love the landscapes often displayed on its feed (@leanandmeadow).
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