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Trending on Gardenista: Cool, Calm, Collected

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Trending on Gardenista: Cool, Calm, Collected

October 7, 2016

This week on Gardenista, we’re channelling California cool with fringed hammocks, secluded reflecting pools, and DIY hanging vines.

Eva Wagnerova Back Mirror Swimming Pool on Remodelista

Above: This week’s most luxurious hideaway: A black reflecting pool hidden behind hedges in the Czech Republic.

Eligo Tonnarella Hammock on Remodelista
Above: We’ve got the ideal hammock for lazy afternoon reading: fringed and handmade in an Italian fishing town.

Michelle Quan X--Small Ceramic Bells on Remodelista

Above: Dreaming of California? Here are the 10 must-haves for every Cali-inspired garden—calming ceramic bells included.

Indoor Vines on Trellis DIY by Agata Dimmich on Remodelista

Above: An easy DIY for dreamy hanging vines.

Flora Grubb's Garza Marfa Chairs in her Berkeley Bungalow

Above: Low-key lounging at a landscape designer’s Berkeley bungalow.

Joey Roth Self-Watering Planter on Remodelista

Above: All the benefits of indoor plants with none of the work: These planters do the watering themselves.

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