Quick Picks – Garden

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This garden tool can also looks cute inside. Photo: Krrb.com/BountyHuntress?auto=format

This garden tool can also looks cute inside. Photo: Krrb.com/BountyHuntress?auto=format

Welcome to “Quick Picks” where we scour Krrb for remarkable finds and amazing pieces guided by just one word. Today’s word: Garden!

Floral Coffee Cozy in Chicago, Illinois

A fabric alternative to the cardboard cup sleeve adds a little green to your morning joe. Photo: Krrb.com/OneInTheHand?auto=format

A fabric alternative to the cardboard cup sleeve adds a little green to your morning joe. Photo: Krrb.com/OneInTheHand?auto=format

A floral coffee cozy ($10) is a bright pick-me-up during your coffee break. Made of floral fabric, this is a great option to the wasteful cardboard cup sleeve. One in the Hand’s Krrb corner has other flower-fresh delights for sale such as Dahlia cup sleeve ($10) and a Midnight Floral linen bandana ($8).

Get it all here: Krrb.com/OneInTheHand?auto=format

Gold and Pearl Necklace in West Peoria, Illinois

Wear this floral themed vintage necklace all spring long. Photo: Krrb.com/loveheylola?auto=format

Wear this floral themed vintage necklace all spring long. Photo: Krrb.com/loveheylola?auto=format

A Jasmine Gold and Pearl Necklace ($54) on LoveHeyLola’s Krrb corner is a beautiful way to incorporate a little garden theme into your accessories. And if you’re looking for something more subtle, she also has a silver flower pearl necklace ($34) also made from recycled chains.

Get it all here: Krrb.com/Loveheylola

“Victoriana” Terrarium in Park Slope, Brooklyn

We can't get enough of these tiny garden globes. Photo: Krrb.com/twigterrariums?auto=format

We can't get enough of these tiny garden globes. Photo: Krrb.com/twigterrariums?auto=format

We’re smitten with the terrariums on Twig Terrariums’s Krrb corner. This “Victoriana” terrarium ($300) offers a view of a tiny estate garden with teeny people and English country-side details. Add one of these to your home for a whimsical touch of green.

Get it here: Krrb.com/TwigTerrariums

Bottle Flame Torch in Greenpoint, Brooklyn

Enjoy late summer nights in your garden with this upcycled torch. Photo: Krrb.com/rabbitstew?auto=format

Enjoy late summer nights in your garden with this upcycled torch. Photo: Krrb.com/rabbitstew?auto=format

With all the activities we have planned in our garden, this Bottle Flame Torch ($49) made from reclaimed glass will light the parties all night long. Fixed into Calcutta stone, the mossy-hued bottle is going to look dashing in any outdoor space.

Get it all here: Krrb.com/RabbitStew

Vegetable Mug Set in Jacksonville, Florida

A cute set of veggie themed mugs is always in season. Photo: Krrb.com/thriftcore?auto=format

A cute set of veggie themed mugs is always in season. Photo: Krrb.com/thriftcore?auto=format

We love seasonal touches on our dinnerware such as this set of Vegetable Mugs ($15). Thrift Core also has an Asian Style Planters ($7) and Retro Owl Jars ($25) great for displaying your cut flowers.

Get it all here: Krrb.com/ThriftCore

Floral Abstract Painting in Springfield, Missouri

Enjoy those vivid floral colors in abstract. Photo: Krrb.com/5450?auto=format

Enjoy those vivid floral colors in abstract. Photo: Krrb.com/5450?auto=format

Who says garden-inspired art has to be the traditional still life of a vase with flowers? The the vivid colors in this Floral Abstract Painting ($30) reminds us of a blooming garden. This piece is not the only artwork in Elizabeth’s Krrb corner. Hop over spring and jump into summer with this Serene Abstract Painting ($150), inspiring relaxing summer days ahead.

Get it all here: Krrb.com/5450?auto=format

Vertical Hydroponic Kit in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Use a hydroponic window kit to grow tomatos in warmer weather. Photo: Krrb.com/1438?auto=format

Use a hydroponic window kit to grow tomatoes in warmer weather. Photo: Krrb.com/1438?auto=format

Williamsburg-based Windowfarm’s Krrb corner has only one item but it’s enough to keep us green all year. The Vertical Hydroponic Kit ($139.95) is a great way to grow vegetables and fruit in the window of your tiny New York, backyard-less apartment.

Get it all here: Krrb.com/1438?auto=format

Tomatoes Note Card in Bushwick, Brooklyn

Mail an actual garden greeting card. It's sure to produce a smile. Photo: Krrb.com/tellapress?auto=format

Mail an actual garden greeting card. It's sure to produce a smile. Photo: Krrb.com/tellapress?auto=format

Tellapress’s Krrb corner has a number of colorful greeting cards printed on earth-friendly cotton paper. Get into the spring season with this tomato plant greeting card ($5) straight from the small rooftop gardens of the city. We also like the simplicity of the Yay! notecard ($4.50), expressing our excitement for warmer temperatures and picnics.

Get it all here: Krrb.com/Tellapress

Garden Natural Perfume in Park Slope, Brooklyn

Inspired by a garden walk, this perfume has both earthy and floral notes. Photo: Krrb.com/HerbalAlchemy?auto=format

Inspired by a garden walk, this perfume has both earthy and floral notes. Photo: Krrb.com/HerbalAlchemy?auto=format

Dab yourself with Garden Walk Natural Perfume ($45). The fragrance is inspired by a walk through the garden with floral notes such as tuberose and neroli. If you’re not interested in smelling like a bouquet, other natural fragrances are available on Herbal Alchemy.

Get it all here: Krrb.com/HerbalAlchemy?auto=format

Did we miss something? Did we chose one of your corner items and you want to add something? Let us know and post below…

 
  • hydroponics kits

    Interesting stuffs of wonderful garden pics  All are amazing but I mostly like the vertical hydroponic kit and Victoriana Terrarium in Park Slope.