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    by Michelle Slatalla on January 20, 2022 at 9:00 am

    London-based architects Feilden Fowles designed a combination workshop and garage that is meant to disappear into the hillside at the base of a property in Conkwell near Bath (about a 2.5-hour drive west of London). It feels a little like visiting the Bat Cave: Photography courtesy of Feilden Fowles. For more of our favorite English outbuildings,

  • Artist Visit: Kaori Tatebayashi’s Ceramic Garden
    by Margot Guralnick on January 19, 2022 at 9:00 am

    Last spring, in a show called The Walled Garden, London’s Tristan Hoare Gallery was given over to Kaori Tatebayashi’s ceramic plants and flowers plus a re-creation of her workspace. Filled with Kaori’s fragile white stems and cabinets of curiosities, the gallery’s Georgian rooms became magical, ethereal spaces entirely removed from the here and now. In

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    by Kier Holmes on January 18, 2022 at 9:00 am

    Incorporating plants into your bathroom, of course, isn’t new. (See 7 Favorites: Houseplants for the Bath.) We know that adding plants to this room can improve air quality and mood, absorb extra moisture, and add visual interest. They can also act as natural aromatherapy. Hanging certain aromatic plant cuttings can turn your bathroom into a

  • Gardening 101: Burro’s Tail Succulent
    by Michelle Slatalla on January 17, 2022 at 9:00 am

    Burro’s Tail, Sedum morganianum Honestly, burro’s tail (which also goes by the alias donkey’s tail) can be a tricky succulent plant to grow indoors. My experience with Sedum morganianum as a houseplant has been mixed: Although it belongs to the hardy sedum family, this plant is physically fragile and prone to drop its leaves. That said, if you’re

  • Trending on Remodelista: Color Confidence
    by Gardenista Team on January 14, 2022 at 2:15 pm

    Remodelista reminded us this week that just because the palette outside our windows right now is dreary doesn’t mean it has to be this way inside our homes. Plus: High/Low: Black Glass Vases from Two Swedish Sources Stedsans in the Woods: A Restorative, Carbon-Neutral, Off-the-Grid Getaway in the Swedish Forest 10 Easy Pieces: Leaning Floor