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Outdoors: Red Garden Accents

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Outdoors: Red Garden Accents

Julie Carlson August 17, 2011

Lately we've been spotting (and admiring) dashes of red in the garden, both in urban spaces and rural settings.

Above: Red dining chairs in a garden in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, designed by Susan Welti (via the New York Times).

Above: A vine painted red instead of discarded; via Sunset.

Above: A red butterfly chair adds a dash of color to a NYC garden designed by Susan Welti for Carin Goldberg and Jim Biber of Pentagram (originally published in Domino).

Above: Red garden chairs at the Hotel Saint Cecilia in Austin, Texas.

Above: Red dining chairs in a garden by Brooklyn-based Joseph Foglia.

Above: Trim painted red in a photograph via Pepermans.

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