From dried-flower arrangements to finding hiking trails wherever you are: Here’s what came across our screens this week.
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- Need a little help adjusting to back-to-work mode? Step one: Build a DIY zen garden.
- A fall dinner in the Hudson Valley (with proceeds toward a good cause).
- Latest Facebook job perk: Work in a redwood forest.
- And, now at the London Design Biennale: A Dutch-designed greenhouse that produces food, creates electricity, and glows hot pink from solar energy.
- Bouquets inspired by vintage Liberty prints (get one delivered through the letterbox if you’re in London).
- And, this Thursday in New York: “The Art of Furnishing the Garden: The New and the Timeless,” featuring Janice Parker.
- Margot’s latest fascination: BioPile, an Italian startup that bills its indoor vegetable grower as a “robotic farm.”
- For all your fall outdoors-y needs: “Google maps for hiking trails.” (See also: our post on the matter.)
- The lunchbox, reimagined.
- And, a 1763 inn in Maine gets an update (and is open for business).
Plus, a couple of plant swaps:
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