Michelle and her team offer their favorite low-budget tips and tricks for kitting out your outdoor space, including 10 garden hacks that feature concrete blocks, recycled bedsprings as modernist garden sculptures, and a garden made almost entirely of salvaged wood.
Above: Michelle dropped in on the wind-swept General Store SF garden, with outdoor furniture and planters made from reclaimed wood. Photograph by Tom Kubik for Gardenista.
Above: Christine Chitnis takes us on a tour of Robin Hollow Farm, in Saunderstown, RI, where owners Polly and Mike Hutchinson grow dahlias, sunflowers, and more.
- Meredith spent last weekend cooking recipes from Bitter: A Taste of the World’s Most Dangerous Flavor, a cookbook by Australian-born, Toronto-based author Jennifer McLagan, with photographs by Remodelista favorite Aya Brackett.
- Michelle uncovers 10 Genius Garden Hacks with Concrete Blocks.
- Year-round plein air bathing in Los Angeles; see Outbuilding of the Week.
- In Hardscaping 101: Window Boxes, Jeanne explores the ins and outs of these versatile planters.