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January 30, 2015

Michelle and crew rode out this week’s storm by sitting back and admiring restored 12th-century castles, indoor orangeries, and a luxe new exterior paint line out of the UK. Count us in on the ogling.

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Above: Having started the year with the Top 10 Garden Trends of 2015, Michelle moves on to 13 New Landscape Design Ideas to Steal. We love the dramatic look of green leaves against a black palette.
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Above: Now coveting: A new line of 84 exterior paints from UK greenhouse specialists Marston and Langinger. Formulated to reflect sunlight without glare, the eggshell shades “appear to radiate color.” Go to Paints & Palettes to see more–and also to Vote for the Perfect Paint Palette for a Gardenista reader’s Tudor house.
  • Modeled after London’s Crystal Palace, this 1876 greenhouse, an orangery on the grounds of a Danish castle, has been completely restored and is open for tours. Sandstone fountains and orange trees await; go on a Greenhouse Visit with Cheryl.
  • A greenhouse to call your own: The terrarian precursor, the Wardian case, is having a revival. Find the one for you in 10 Easy Pieces.
  • In this week’s Designer Visit, join Michelle as she helps water the plants at designer Axel Vervoodt’s Belgian castle. Shown here, the indoor garden room that Vervoodt and family use as a winter gathering place.

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