Look Stylish in the Garden
Go beyond boring terra cotta pots and ugly garden shoes to embrace a nice, clean look while getting your hands dirty.
Eugenia Uhl Photographs
Willy Guhl’s fiber cement Loop Chair, left, made in Switzerland, combines the durability of concrete without the weight. EcoSmart Fire Stix lightweight outdoor fireplace is the design solution for modern hearth-lovers. Using clean-burning bioethanol fuel, this modern campfire will keep you comfortable and captivated for up to eight hours. Both items are available from Spruce Eco-Studio.
The iconic Spindel planter, designed in 1951 by Anton Bee and Willy Guhl, is made of fiber cement, a recyclable material, and remains an icon of modern design. Its classic hourglass figure makes a striking statement alone or in groups, and it is available in large and small sizes. Pictured is the large 5-gallon size in gray from Spruce Eco-Studio.
Tools of the Trade
Clockwise: Vintage olive basket from The Porch at The Shops at 2011; goatskin gloves, part of the For the Rose Lover gift set (sold with pruners, not pictured) from The Garden Gates; classic Hunter boots from Jeantherapy; and comfort grip soil scoop and angle weeder, both from The Garden Gates.
The 24-inch Floreal folding table and classic bistro chair are both from the French-fabulous Fermob Bistro Collection of garden and patio furniture and are available in an astounding array of styles, sizes and brilliant colors from The Garden Gates. The table is set with a hand-thrown tea set by local artist Alex Williams of Potsalot Pottery, available from Spruce Eco-Studio. The hat is the Ms. Melissa natural straw cloche from Goorin Bros. Hat Shop.
The Potting Spot
Clockwise: Vintage bird cage from The Porch at The Shops at 2011, a variety of tillandsia and succulents nestled in a vintage wooden tray from Dunn & Sonnier Flowers, a recycled glass terrarium with a rope attached from Spruce Eco-Studio and a Lilith cloche from Goorin Bros. Hat Shop