What We're Reading: March 18

This week's bookmark-worthy bits from around the Web

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• Mini masterpieces: One of the web developers at the tweets photos of the .

• Who said knitting had to be staid and stodgy? Textile artist has covered rows of trees in Austin, Texas with beautiful, bright-colored yarns [at left]. Poppytalk takes a look at the .

• Miss Moss peruses the vintage and jewelry catalogue at Swedish auction house and highlights breathtaking and intricately designed —we agree that they'd make fabulous wall art when framed.

• Kim at Desire to Inspire pulls together photos of the opulent and exotic , where she stayed while visiting Puerto Vallarta. Filled with Mexican and European antiques from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, the interiors have us dreaming of an eclectic escape.

• Nothing says luxury like the chaise longue. reports on the rich history of the leisurely seat—and rounds up chic chaises currently on the market.

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