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Current Obsessions: Lucky Streak

March 17, 2018

As our Living Color week comes to a close, we’re circling back to a few favorite Irish gardens (and foraged, Emerald Isle–inspired cocktails) and noting a new trend: plant swaps (just in time for spring gardening). Take notes:

 Stay in an Irish farmhouse, castle, or lighthouse: These historic landmarked properties (and gardens) are all available for rent. Pictured here: Knocknalosset House, down a country lane with a cottage garden, &#8\2\20;\15 mins drive from Bailieborough.&#8\2\2\1;
Above: Stay in an Irish farmhouse, castle, or lighthouse: These historic landmarked properties (and gardens) are all available for rent. Pictured here: Knocknalosset House, down a country lane with a cottage garden, “15 mins drive from Bailieborough.”
We&#8\2\17;re also taking another look at the \200-year-old stone cottage of a creative couple in County Mayo, Ireland. Shown here: their collection of vintage earthenware vessels and a red geranium, “a very nostalgic houseplant that reminds us of our grandparents’ generation.&#8\2\2\1; See more at House Call: At Home in an Irish Stone Cottage with Superfolk over on Remodelista.
Above: We’re also taking another look at the 200-year-old stone cottage of a creative couple in County Mayo, Ireland. Shown here: their collection of vintage earthenware vessels and a red geranium, “a very nostalgic houseplant that reminds us of our grandparents’ generation.” See more at House Call: At Home in an Irish Stone Cottage with Superfolk over on Remodelista.

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