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At Leaf we believe in:

~ great design and living well outdoors
~ the cultivation of beauty in the garden and beyond
~ sharing ideas that can be interpreted by all who love design
~ the celebration of creativity, originality, and balance, tempered with a sense of humor
~ honoring the land we live on by elevating it through thoughtful design
~ creating and cultivating online communities
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We’re applying for a 250K grant from Mission Small Business and Living Social - and we’re late to the party!  Would you take a minute and vote for us?  We need 250 votes to qualify for the next round!  Just follow this link to vote…it’s easy!  Thanks!!!

Thought you might like to see what we’re thinking about for summer!

Nature’s disco ball.

(via apricotsandapples)

We want to share your outdoor style with our audience!  You’ll notice a new 'Submit Your Best Design Outside' button at the top of this page.  Just follow the easy directions, our editors will pick their faves and share them here and on Facebook.  We’re looking forward to your pix!

Mirrors can be super effective when used well outside.

(via montanarosepainter)

Site specific art by Cornelia Konrads.

Site specific art by Cornelia Konrads.

We have a Leaf Magazine Curator’s Collection sale going on at Joss & Main until 5/21!  There are some great finds for outdoor style and al fresco living and entertaining.

We have a Leaf Magazine Curator’s Collection sale going on at Joss & Main until 5/21!  There are some great finds for outdoor style and al fresco living and entertaining.

Bold color and pattern!  via Habitually Chic

Bold color and pattern!  via Habitually Chic

Is bark the last thing you consider when planning your garden? Photo via Clive Nichols.

Why not stay in a bubble room at Attrap-Reves in France?  It was designed by Pierre Stephane and folds up to leave the outdoor space in tact when the season is over. 

Why not stay in a bubble room at Attrap-Reves in France?  It was designed by Pierre Stephane and folds up to leave the outdoor space in tact when the season is over.