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Table of Contents: Orange is the New Black


Table of Contents: Orange is the New Black

October 13, 2014

Perhaps because nothing rhymes with orange, but everything manages to clash with it, we wax poetic when describing the intense autumnal hue. Recast as coral, apricot, tangerine, persimmon, and fall’s ubiquitous pumpkin, orange becomes a designer color. Still not convinced? Join us as we, with a pumpkin latte in hand, explore the softer side of orange. What you usually think is ‘so orange,’ might turn out so chic, so cozy, so bewitching.”¨

Above: Photograph by Erin Boyle for Gardenista.


  • Lindsey tours the Wales farmhouse of one of her favorite garden designers, Arne Maynard, and finds the perfect mix of wildness and order in this week’s Garden Designer Visit.


  • On a bed of fallen leaves, Cheryl sets the scene for an autumn picnic for two in this week’s Steal This Look.
  • Stephanie lays out a welcome mat for the orange door. Get her color picks to create instant Curb Appeal in our latest installation of Palettes and Paints.


  • Stacey takes in the views from a friend’s rooftop garden In downtown Manhattan in this week’s Garden Visit.


  • In our ode to orange, Cheryl picks out her favorite DIY Floral Arrangements around the web.
  • Justine will travel for cheese. She takes us on a tour of Jasper Hills Farms, a 22,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art cheese cellar in Vermont’s dairy country, in this week’s installment of Garden Travel.


  • Think shiso is just for sushi? Marie gets zesty with it in this week’s Garden-to-Table Recipes.
  • If you thought our celebration of all things orange was leading up to our main event, Halloween, you would be correct. Erin’s DIY Project, a black thistle arrangement, offers a sneak preview of what we have brewing. Next week is going to be so spooky.

And see what’s happening on Remodelista this week, where the editors are devising Genius Storage Solutions.

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