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Trending on Gardenista: Water, Water (But Not Everywhere)

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Trending on Gardenista: Water, Water (But Not Everywhere)

June 27, 2014

We’ve been exploring the Life Aquatic all week, and Gardenista has, too: oyster-shell driveways, backyard water features, and DIY seaweed prints. We’re on board.

kust beach house Gardenista
Above: This beach cabana is one of 10 rental cottage designed by Kust Architects and planted on the North Sea, 34 miles southwest of Amsterdam. While we all plot a way to get there, Dalilah sleuthed the elements to Steal This Look.
DIY seaweed prints Justin Hand  Gardenista
Above: The perfect botanicals for a summer house? Justine’s DIY: Pressed Seaweed Prints are our kind of project. Step 1: Head to the beach.
  • “You don’t have to live in a lighthouse or regularly battle stormy weather on dark nights to appreciate wharf-inspired outdoor fixtures,” says Sarah. Her 10 Easy Pieces: Black Wharf Lights includes this matte design from John Lewis.
  • Hardscaping 101 is devoted to Seashell Paths and Driveways, a natural ground cover that crunches underfoot (and provides an excuse to eat a lot of oysters and clams).
  • Your yard could look like Dublin plantswoman Helen Dillon’s canal and pond, which she introduced in place of lawn. It’s one of 10 Gardens with Reflecting Pools.
  • Go more of this week’s Gardenista, go to Life Aquatic.

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