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Trending on Gardenista: Summer Scheme

July 20, 2018

This week the Gardenista editors explored the seaside and lounged by the pool—the hallmarks of a summer spent outdoors. Here’s a look.

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Above: A swimming pool fence is a necessity for safety, but yours can make a style statement too. “Horizontal wooden slats allow air and light to circulate, making a swimming pool deck feel spacious,” writes Michelle. See more of her favorites in Swimming Pool Fences: 10 Ideas for Safety & Style at Water’s Edge. Photograph by Jessica Sample, courtesy of Simo Design.
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Above: In the harbor town of Whitstable, Kent, designers Farlam & Chandler created a charming courtyard garden and breakfast terrace with subtle nods to the seaside like the crushed cockle shell surface and sunken English oak boardwalk. See more in Before & After: A Seaside English Garden by Farlam & Chandler.
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Above: And, an everyday idea to steal from grand estate gardens: dramatic entrances that create a sense of intrigue between different areas of your garden. See more ideas to steal in 10 Everyday Ideas to Steal from Estate Gardens. Photograph by Tony Hisgett via Wikimedia.

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