A garden of lush grasses and shrubs are cocooned in a sculptural woven bowl called The Nest. Evoking a sense of protection and tranquility, The Nest is centered on the idea of the home as a warm, cozy retreat from the world.
With a color palette that recollects the Caribbean, this modern kitchen is both cheerful and calming. A pale blue backsplash is brought alive via blue bottles and vases and moved into the center of the room courtesy of two large bowls.
This better-for-you burrito bowl is bursting with spices and flavor. It’s made with brown rice, satiating protein from the tofu and black beans, and healthy fat from the avocado. This is a bowl that’s sure to fill you up, not fill you out! Get the recipe >>
A movable fire bowl nestled into newly established colonies of bayberry, winterberry and fern extends the use of a Maine garden beyond dusk. Slabs of lichen and moss-covered granite are used as benches and form a firewood crib. The property is
within Acadia National Park along the west edge of Somes Sound on Maine’s Mount Desert Island. Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design won an American Society of Landscape Architects award for the entire project.