Got a tent? Well, how about a teepee? We can definitely help you with that. We’re ready to sleep outdoors anywhere there’s a breeze. Join us this week as we explore manmade swimming holes, bunkhouses, a miniature woodland garden, and cabins with sand on the floor (in fact, sand is the floor).
- Jeanne takes us to visit a tiny cabin built almost entirely from scavenged materials–swimming pool included–on 16 pristine acres in Northern California in this week’s Architect Visit.
- Michelle spends her days nearly paralyzed with envy over her next-door neighbor Linda’s wee fairytale garden. Linda finally caught her peeping through the fence and invited her over for a Garden Visit. Shown here: the “plant hospital” outside Linda’s kitchen window.
- Canvas teepee tents aren’t just for kids. OK, some of them are. We’ve rounded up our favorites for both kids and overgrown kids in this week’s 10 Easy Pieces.
- We have so many questions about wooden shutters. Janet answers all of them in Hardscaping 101.
- This week’s Outbuilding of the Week is a tiny weekend house with the simplest possible floor: beach. As in sand. Luckily, it’s for rent. Jeanne kicks off her shoes and shows us around.
It’s not too late to enter your garden in Gardenista’s 2014 Considered Design Awards! Just get your submission in by midnight tonight. Find the entry form here.