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Trending on Gardenista: Farmhouse Style for the Holidays

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Trending on Gardenista: Farmhouse Style for the Holidays

November 21, 2014

“Whether you live in the city or the country,” say the Gardenistas, “you can grow food, tend a flock, and be inspired by farmhouse design.” Or you can sit back and sip one of their garden-fresh Thanksgiving cocktails.

DIY Cotton Garland, finished, by Justine Hand for Gardenista
Above: Justine found the ingredients for this DIY garland at Whole Foods–and those white puffs are branches of cotton. Go to Entertaining & Arrangements for step-by-step instructions and a look at cotton as you likely haven’t seen it before. 
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Above: Wish your outdoor furniture disappeared in the winter? An Oregon design company has a genius suggestion: Hang it up. See their new line in Small-Space Living.
  • A guilt-free wood fire? Christine explains how to create an “eco-friendlier” blaze in this week’s DIY Project. Perfect setting courtesy of Axel Vervoodt.
  • Mess with the Thanksgiving menu and you’ll face an all-ages outcry. Instead, advises Cheryl, apply creative license to the drinks. In this week’s Cocktails roundup, she presents 10 ways to toast your turkey (this one calls for cider, gin, and bitters).
  • It’s time to lug home the logs. See Erin’s 10 Easy Pieces: canvas carriers for “toting wood without snagging sweaters or mussing rugs in the process.”
  • Add some livestock to your life–read about raising backyard chickens and exotic rabbits.

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