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Current Obsessions: Something Natural

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Current Obsessions: Something Natural

July 23, 2016

From a minimal planter to preserving midsummer blooms, here’s what we’ve been keen on this week.

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Above: We’re inspired to preserve the best of midsummer’s blooms à la Terrain and its plant press. Here purple dahlias and sunny cosmos create vibrant wall art. Photo courtesy of Terrain.

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Above: Spotted on The Chalkboard: UO Assembly Home’s Eos Vase. We think this would make for an ideal housewarming guest for any minimalist.

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Above: Spotted in Montana’s Bitterroot Valley: a whimsical DIY woven twig fence encompassing a vegetable patch.

Our Latest Instagram Obsession

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Above: Artist, author and alchemist Sasha Duerr blurs the lines between nature, art and design. In her recent book, Natural Color, she explores the endless ways to dye fabrics with plants and flowers. Naturally, her feed offers a peek at her inspiration and process (@sashaduerr).

For more Gardenista, visit our most recent issue: The Outdoor Life.

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