Here’s a look at what we’re loving from around the web this week…
Tour a Garden-Loving Couple’s English Manor
Aside from a penchant for classic English decor and preserving historical details, Wardington Manor’s owners have another interest when it comes to their home: gardening. Husband Forbes works in sustainable farming, and wife Bridget runs a cut-flower business, sourcing blooms directly from their walled Victorian garden. From formal rooms filled with dark woods and floral upholstery to a light and airy flower studio, the home perfectly melds business with leisure.
See the Best Street Style from NYFW
With New York Fashion Week over, it’s time to survey the massive amount of outfit inspiration served up by attendees this season. Vogue photographer Phil Oh has compiled the best of the best, from street-style stars (Giovanna Battaglia, Eva Chen, Alexa Chung) and celebrities (Emma Roberts, Serena Williams, Solange Knowles) to off-duty models and fashion editors.
Step Inside a Classic-Cool Makeover
Ginny Macdonald, who works with fellow interior designer Emily Henderson, had a challenge on her hands when she set out to make over her living and dining space. The 1930s Spanish-style home was a rental, so she couldn’t make any major cosmetic changes aside from painting the walls. Her solution? Embrace the historical qualities of the home by pairing opposites: midcentury furnishings with classic accents, a trove of antiques with modern pieces. We say they’re matches made in heaven.
DIY This Live-Edge Wood Table
If you love the natural look of a wooden slab table but balk at the high price tag that often comes with it, this ambitious but wallet-saving project is for you. Mandi of lifestyle blog A Beautiful Mess reveals the steps she took to make her own table, detailing the differences in types of wood, how she sourced the slab, the best ways to cure and seal the wood, and options for table bases. The result is simply stunning.
Visit America’s Best Pumpkin Patches
Now that temperatures are finally cooling and fall is in the air, farmers’ markets are starting to unload big batches of sweet potatoes, gourds, and of course, pumpkins. And for us, that’s the cue to take a day trip to a nearby pumpkin patch. Travel + Leisure has rounded up America’s 16 best pumpkin farms to sample autumn’s natural beauty while participating in activities such as apple picking, pumpkin carving, haunted hayrides, and evening bonfires. Autumn adventures, here we come!