Today’s landscaping trends focus more and more on sustainability, which is a good thing. Most people think of using native plant materials when it comes to sustainability, which is not a bad way to go as the majority of native plant materials are drought tolerant and require low maintenance. But, there is much more to creating a sustainable garden.
This issue, our Annual Source Book, presents a beautiful visual directory of industry professionals for your consideration, along with my comprehensive trend forecast for the upcoming year. From color palettes to kitchen cabinets, interior and outdoor furnishings, and from floors to lighting, these pages are filled with inspiring new ideas for updating your personal spaces.
Warehouse 2120’s Colonial chair and side table have classic designs with a decided twist that is sure to add charm and conversation to outdoor or indoor spaces. Made from recycled Bali fishing boats, the collection pops with vibrant colors that have been weathered by time and nature. Buy the set at Keys Boat Furniture on Big Pine Key. Visit Warehouse2120.com for more from the collection.
Q: I am an excited parent-to-be and want to create the perfect nursery—one that won’t need to be redone every two years as my baby grows. Any suggestions?
A: You are in a sweet dilemma. Fortunately, there are sweeter solutions. Look for a baby bed that will convert to a child’s bed. The one featured here can be converted at four different stages of growth. Also, select wall colors or coverings that will work long term and change up decorative accessories and linens as the child gets older.