From Upstate HOUSE: Where Cabin and Garden Meet

  |  October 31, 2013

Those of you who want to make indoors and outdoors meet in your upstate space should check out this piece from the Fall 2013 issue of Upstate House. For there you will find the secret to “interconnectedness of cabin and garden, of hard and soft, of structure and living things…so fused that the boundaries become soft and gauzy, flowing fluidly from one space to the next. Profusions of houseplants indoors give way to assorted porch groupings of potted, jewel-hued coleus and lush canna lilies and a trellised trumpet vine for the hummingbirds.” Right? Read the full text here.

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