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Trending on Gardenista: Garden to Table

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Trending on Gardenista: Garden to Table

September 16, 2016

This week on Gardenista, we’re highlighting spaces that bring the garden to the table: an outdoor Greek restaurant strung with globe lights in San Francisco, an innovative micro-farm behind a trendy restaurant in Brooklyn, and a dining room wallpapered with growing vines. Plus: modern macramé, where to find a textured brass planter for less, and more.

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Above: Architect Kim Hoyt created a seamless outdoor/indoor living space in a Brooklyn home—complete with lush vines that wind their way up the dining room walls.

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Above: A low-maintenance background that makes any garden pop? Gravel.

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Above: Macramé is making a comeback. Here, our 10 favorite knotted rope planters to brighten up any corner.

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Above: We’re adding garden-inspired restaurants to our must-dine list. This week, we’re visiting spots on both coasts: San Francisco’s Souvla (shown) and Brooklyn’s Olmsted.

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Above: Touches of brass add dimension to any room. Splurge on a textured brass planter from Svenskt Tenn—or find out where to snag a $5.95 version.

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