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Trending on Remodelista: Handywomen

May 9, 2014

While we’ve been admiring resourceful women in the gardening and outdoor world, the team at Remodelista has been featuring women contributing to the world of architecture and interiors (while also flexing their own handywomen DIY muscles).

Here are a few of our favorite Remodelista posts from this past week:

A Shopable Austin Bungalow, Outdoor Teepee Included (And in case you’re were curious, here’s How to Know When Your Garden Needs a Teepee).

On the search for a tool box of your own? Take your pick from 10 Easy Pieces: Stylish Tool Boxes.

Ever handy, Meredith gives step-by-step instructions for resurrecting unused picture frames in DIY: Repurposing a Vintage Frame. (Looks like we’ve found another solution for preserving those pressed violas.)

What’s in your tool box? Izabella rounded up her essentials in 13 Favorites: Best of Household Tools. (Which reminds us: Erin showed us some of her own in Tool Box for a City Gardener last spring).

Next week we’re taking on the subject of bringing the outdoors in. Sarah’s piece The Olli Lounger: Slow Design for the Modern World has gotten us in just the spirit.

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