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Table of Contents: The Indoor-Outdoor Life

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Table of Contents: The Indoor-Outdoor Life

April 13, 2015

Open the windows and doors, and join us for a week of back-to-nature living. Along the way we’ll be spotlighting inspired botanical designs, plant-filled interiors, and furniture that can migrate from living room to deck. We’ll also be taking a look at a prefab house for two (assembly time: one day) and a dream vacation destination in Tuscany.

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  • In good weather this London kitchen doubles in size thanks to its wide-open access to the back garden. Watch for Thursday’s Kitchen of the Week post.
  • Later today, Julie tests folding canvas chairs that can live indoors and out–and shares her 5 Favorites.
  • Tuesday’s Hotels & Lodging find: a collection of restored villas (available for a rent) and a boutique hotel in a 900-year-old Tuscan village situated between Rome and Florence.
  • This award-winning prefab–our Wednesday Architect Visit–was modeled after the Monopoly house, steep roof (and lofty interior) included.
  • Our Kitchen of the Week has a paneled dining area that opens to the outdoors.
  • Trend Alert: Enameled flatware is no longer just for camping.
  • In Friday’s Apartment Call, we drop in on a creative couple in their nature-filled Amsterdam rental.

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