Headed into November (and Daylight Saving Time), the Gardenista editors are bringing plants inside, perusing a foraging app from a celebrated Danish chef, and more. Plus, enter to win a copy of our new book and our favorite storage essential. Here’s a look.
- Northeast readers, mark your calendars: Join Julie, Margot, and Michelle for cocktails and conversation at Terrain in Westport, CT, on November 14 to celebrate our new book, The Organized Home (read the Terrain profile of it here). See you there.
- Contributor Kendra let us know about “Turkish Tulips,” a limited edition box set of prints featuring works by 19 contemporary artists, all inspired by the tulip. It’s on display at The House of Fairy Tales at Here East, Olympic Park, East London.
- We’ve been admiring architect Spencer Fung‘s thoughtful watercolors, inspired by (and made with) nature, on display this weekend in London at Art Rooms Four, Unit 12, Piccadilly Arcade (opposite the Royal Academy).
- We’re all downloading Vild Mad (“wild food”), a foraging app from renowned chef Rene Redzepi that illuminates how to “read the landscape and to discover its culinary potential.”
- Currently coveting the photogenic Dining In: Highly Cookable Recipes.
- This week in foraged art: Margot is following the twig sculptures of a London-based artist she discovered on Instagram. (More of his work here.)
- Now trending: 10 Landscape Design Tips You Need to Know to Get Started.
- Your maintenance checklist for November.
- Last but not least: Enter to win our new book, Remodelista: The Organized Home, plus one of our favorite storage tools, an all-purpose tray from Falcon Enamelware. Enter now; details here.
Recently in Obsessions:
- Current Obsessions: Gardens and Ghouls
- Current Obsessions: The Naturalist
- Current Obsessions: The Sea Captain’s Sunroom