Concrete is the Cinderella of flooring materials: Long relegated to life as a subfloor, it's having its day in the sun. Thinking of living with a concrete floor? Here's what you need to know.
The homemade concrete furnishings at Drift San Jose hotel on Mexico's Baja peninsula have us ready to make our own. We plan to get going with this inexpensive DIY hanging light by Ben Uyeda from Brit + Co.
Our architect friend Elizabeth Roberts clued us in to her (and many fellow designers') dream winter escape: Hix Island House, a wabi-sabi, eco-friendly hotel on the island of Vieques. Here's her account.
Discovered via @inbedwith.me, photographer Rhiannon Taylor's Instagram feed: a seaside Victorian transformed by architecture firm Multiplicity into a guest house with an "intellectually romantic" look.
We've been intrigued by the artful simplicity of the Drift San Jose for a while now. Maggie Davis and Vanessa Smith's photos of the resort for Tiny Atlas Quarterly are a reminder: Look no further for the perfect affordable escape.
This week we're indulging in vacation voyeurism, courtesy of Instagram (ever scrolled through your feed to discover that all your friends and colleagues are sailing the Caribbean while you trudge through the snow?). If you've got a travel discovery to share, clue us in; tag them #RemodelistaTravels on Instagram—on Friday, we'll publish a reader roundup on Remodelista.
Clean out your sock drawer, winnow down your mug collection—and discover a new way of life. Wisdom from an interior designer, blogger, and mother of three who figured out how to banish all the junk (she had to: she and her family live in a 665-square-foot cabin).