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Table of Contents: Italian Masters

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Table of Contents: Italian Masters

October 19, 2015

We’re channeling the Italian masters this week. Join us for a renaissance in garden design, outdoor furniture, and modern clay pots and planters:

Above: For more of this Tuscan garden, see Outbuilding of the Week: A Cliffside Aerie.

Monday

  • Justine discovers unglazed and raw ceramic from a Bolognese florist who created the vessels for her own arrangements in this week’s Pots & Planters post.

Tuesday

  • Alexa rounds up her favorite outdoor kitchen workstations in this week’s 10 Easy Pieces.
  • Alexa visits Italy and comes home with garden designers’ top secrets in this week’s Garden Ideas to Steal post.

Wednesday

  • Made in Milan, a collection of stylish (and sturdy) furnishings is the subject of this week’s Outdoor Furniture post.

Thursday

  • Bocce, the traditional Italian lawn bowling game, is enjoying a renaissance. Learn everything you need to know about how to build a bocce court in this week’s Hardscaping 101 post.

Friday

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