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Steal this look: "It's Complicated" kitchen garden
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These vintage wooden cheese crates from Antique Mystique (antiquemystique.com) are available for $15.

 

Second-generation American potter Ben Wolff makes pots in shades of white, gray, and black. Each piece is signed by the artist. His work can be found at Grdn in Brooklyn and Walt Nicke's Garden Talk. These posts can be found at Garden Talk (gardentalk.com) for $21.50.

 

A vintage hay feeder, at right, would make a good place to stash garden tools. They're available for $175 a pair from Stone Cottage Antiques, (stonecottageantiques.net).

 

Second generation American potter, Ben Wolff, makes pots in shades of white, gray, and black. Each piece is singed by the artist. His work can be found at Grdn in Brooklyn and Walt Nicke's Garden Talk. Here is one for $59, available at $59 at Grdn (grdnbklyn.com).

 

A Peddler's wire basket ($98), above, can be found at Uptown Country Home (uptowncountryhome.net). Below, a Peddler's collapsible canvas bucket is $45.95 at Green Depot (greendepot.com).

 

 

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Published: 12/25/200 11:44 PM

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Are you planning to see the Meryl Streep-Alec Baldwin comedy, "It's Complicated," which opened on Christmas Day? If so, you might fall in love with Spanish colonial house, kitchen garden and potting shed that Streep's character owns.

An editor at Remodelista.com fell in love with it and figured you might, too, so she put together some items she found that will help you recreate the look in a feature the site calls "Steal This Look."

The ideas came from the film's seasoned set decorator Beth Rubino, an accomplished gardener herself who owns a 52-acre farm in Connecticut, according to the post on Remodelista.com. Rubino travels back and forth between Los Angeles and the East Coast, so she has a wide and deep list of sources, some familiar, some obscure: White Flower Farm, Rolling Greens, Peddler's, Berkshire Home & Antiques, Jollys Garden Clogs, and Jamali Garden.

Here are a few of the items featured in the post.