Outdoors In: Clip your hostas.
Aug 22, 2009
We've had a lush (okay, rainy) summer in Northern Michigan. What we've missed in warm days at the beach we've gained in effortlessly beautiful green gardens. When the floral showstoppers have, well, stopped, reach for the greens. Hosta leaves are especially striking when arranged in a vase or a low bowl. And feathery ferns make a nice foil. I like the quiet but unexpected statement on the living room coffee table or in the entryway. —Diane
how about THAT vase?
Pewabic Pottery is made in good ol' Detroit. The studio was founded in 1903 during the start of the Arts & Crafts movement in America. The designs are timeless, still made with the same artistry and luminescent glazes as they were more than 100 years ago. The vase shown in the photo is the Iris Vase in Pewabic Blue, $250, available here. Also find beautiful tiles, trivets, dinnerware, ornaments, and address numbers in their online shop, pewabicstore.org.
Photo via Creative Commons License from flickr user hypergenesb.
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