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November 4, 2016


This week on Gardenista, we’re exploring our antiquarian side with glam doorbells, a tarnished silver tea set turned succulent planter, and a visit to an eclectic 1927 Santa Monica hotel.

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Above: Lindsey Taylor transforms an entry in Before & After: A Welcoming Walkway in North Salem.

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Above: The ultimate house plant requires no messy soil, needs water only once a week, and looks amazing tucked in among odd objects and finds. Read more about air plants.

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Above: An unexpected place to add a dash of glamour? Your doorbell. We rounded up our 10 favorites.

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Above: The trials, tribulations, and victories of gardening in a Brooklyn backyard—thanks to the help of a garden godmother.

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Above: Meredith visits the lush and quirky hotel gardens at the Moorish-influenced Palihouse Santa Monica.

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