This past week, we looked at a DIY kitchen overhaul for under $500 and bunny decor for the design-minded. With Earth Day looming, we're dedicating our next issue to eco-friendly and sustainable living. Until then, take a look at a few things we've got on our minds.
Above: Alexa hopes to someday visit the sculpture-filled New York loft of artist Hanna Eshel, whose work (and decades-long living quarters) has been discovered in late career. Her place is spotlighted on T Magazine and 1st Dibs.
No need to use chemicals this Easter; dye your eggs naturally with a How-To from Real Simple.
Above: Our friends at Darby Smart created a kit for this DIY Stitched Table Runner designed by House of Earnest.
Saturday Night Live's Cecily Strong gets some home decorating help from the stylists at West Elm.
Above: When the desktop on Dalilah's computer isn't cluttered with pictures and folders, this work by Brit Brass is her screen saver (she discovered it on Design Love Fest, which offers a slew of free downloadable images to use as backgrounds for computers and phones).
We wouldn't mind downsizing if it were in any of these Tiny Houses.
Above: The wooden floor fixation continues—we've been admiring prop stylist Joanna Lavén's Stockholm apartment with its grand proportions and parquet.
Stuff for Your Home $20 and Under—a small, tasteful roundup that includes a marble utensil holder.
Above: Meredith, Remodelista's resident baker, is whipping up a batch of Double Chocolate Chip Cookie from Joy the Baker for her Easter party (Meredith, feel free to bring leftovers to the office.)
Above: Summer road trip? Here are 10 Vintage Trailers for sale in the classifieds on Tin Can Tourists.
Above: Meet Sarah at the 17th annual Kitchens in the Vineyards event in Napa, where five homes located in the middle of wine country will open their doors for a home and garden tour. Sarah will be there signing Remodelista books on Saturday, April 26. Find out more details about the event here.