Design guru Deborah Needleman, author of the new book The Perfectly Imperfect Home (and founding editor of Domino and current editor of WSJ.), describes her strategy for breaking the rules to create magical spaces and shows us her garden and home in New York's Hudson Valley.
Terrain at Styers, the nursery and furnishings store owned by the same company that started Urban Outfitters and Anthropologie, in suburban Philadelphia, is scheduled to open a new store in Westport, Connecticut, next month.
One of the most-striking and long-lasting cut flowers isn’t even a flower. The foliage of ‘Crane Red’ ornamental kale forms a tight cluster, rose veined with a rosy-purple center, at the end of a long, sturdy stem, looking like an oversize rose blossom. The Crane Series (which comes in several colors, including bicolor and white) was bred specifically for cutting, taking the popular cool-season annual kale to new heights, up to 2 feet tall, with heads up to 7 inches wide.