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Tin's Utilitarian Franchise Garden — The Gardenist

Megan and Matti's blog, Far Out Flora, about their San Francisco garden has been a favorite of mine for a while. Recently they shared a sweet story of shopping locally for great handmade items when they came across fantastic canvas pillows created by Tin of Utilitarian Franchise. One thing led to an...

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A creative wall of succulents. The original source is unknown.

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