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Trending on Remodelista: Wild on the Inside

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Trending on Remodelista: Wild on the Inside

April 1, 2022

It’s that in-between season: one day you head out the door in a short-sleeve shirt, the next day you’re nestled under a blanket while drinking a hot cup of tea. One way to guarantee you’ll still get a dose of natural beauty even when the weather’s unseasonably chilly: bring the outdoors in. Here, some examples from Remodelista this week.

Above: An ingenious built-in planter, filled with herbs, right in front of a large window in the kitchen. Photograph by Jocelyn Low for Uncommon Projects, from Kitchen of the Week: Joined-Up Thinking in South-West London.
A high shelf of houseplants in an urban townhouse. Photograph by Dirk Lindner, courtesy of Jonathan Tuckey Design, from A Composed Life: A Rarefied London Townhouse Remodel by Jonathan Tuckey Design.
Above: A high shelf of houseplants in an urban townhouse. Photograph by Dirk Lindner, courtesy of Jonathan Tuckey Design, from A Composed Life: A Rarefied London Townhouse Remodel by Jonathan Tuckey Design.
Above: A bedroom abloom in botanicals thanks to delightful textiles. See Retelling the Classics: Ben Pentreath’s Latest Collection for Morris & Co.

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