Tiny Garden Retreat on New York's Long Island

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March 24, 2014
Originally published in The Great Outdoors
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Serenity Now
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  Though diminutive in size, Jerome A. Levin’s backyard structure has lofty ambitions. “I wanted to create a place that feels like it has no connection to the world it stems from,” Levin says. Photo by Dustin Cohen.
    Though diminutive in size, Jerome A. Levin’s backyard structure has lofty ambitions. “I wanted to create a place that feels like it has no connection to the world it stems from,” Levin says. Photo by Dustin Cohen.
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  Through the pocket door and window, the Levin family can spy the verdant garden. Photo by Dustin Cohen.
    Through the pocket door and window, the Levin family can spy the verdant garden. Photo by Dustin Cohen.
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  Laminate floors by Dream Home, an Abbyson Living sofa, a desk, and a sleeping loft outfit the interior. Photo by Dustin Cohen.
    Laminate floors by Dream Home, an Abbyson Living sofa, a desk, and a sleeping loft outfit the interior. Photo by Dustin Cohen.
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  Levin’s daughter Charlotte and son, Dylan, both 11, finish homework in the Metapod. A linen curtain purchased on Etsy helps regulate the amount of light entering the space. Photo by Dustin Cohen.
    Levin’s daughter Charlotte and son, Dylan, both 11, finish homework in the Metapod. A linen curtain purchased on Etsy helps regulate the amount of light entering the space. Photo by Dustin Cohen.
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