March 2018 Resources

Spring into the new season with colorful decor, edible flowers, and terra-cotta. In this month's issue, you'll be inspired to work on your green thumb and get a look inside the BH&G Test Garden.

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Obsessed with Terra-Cotta

These fired clay pieces, in their distinctive earthy orange, have been hard at work in gardens for centuries. Graceful shapes and color-blocked glazes put a modern spin on this ancient medium so you won't think twice about bringing them inside.

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New & Next

What we're loving now.

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Color: Cool Greens

Green becomes a soothing backdrop for relaxation when you choose milky hues with blue undertones, like mint or celadon. "It's fresh without being jarring," says interior designer Meg Braff. For a palette that's easy on the eyes, choose greens with a good dose of gray blended in and layer the palest shades with a few rich tones.

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Color Calling

Well-known in her homeland, Scottish designer Fiona Douglas launches her line of painterly spring patterns stateside.

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Full Spectrum

In the midst of white-on-white and weathered-wood trends, this living room in Mississippi dares to celebrate high-contrast colors like fuchsia, turquoise, and yellow. We parse out its time-honored (and tasteful) lessons for you.

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Nooks & Crannies

Where are they, and how do you clean them?

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Works of Art

Your mantel called. It says it's a little bored. Our favorite accessory of the moment should wake things up. Artistic vases are attention-getters, with or without flowers.

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Inner Glow

One woman designed her interiors—and a booming business—around one thing she will never take for granted: light.

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BHG Throwback: 1933 Terrariums

Enclosed domes, low bowls, or hanging orbs, glass gardens are having a moment.

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