Here’s a look at what we’re loving lately:
- Above: A peek inside artists’ and makers’ toolboxes. Photograph via Design Sponge.
- For a good laugh: an Athens architect creates several absolutely useless products.
- Keep track of where you’re going and where you’ve been with Oliver Jeffers’s Places on Earth map.
- Above: Brian Paquette, a finalist in Remodelista’s Considered Design Awards Best Professional Bedroom category, revamps his clients’ Seattle house. Photograph by Belathée.
- News flash: The majority of Ikea’s images are computer generated.
- We’re thrilled to see that the 1953 Weidlinger House on Cape Cod has been restored thanks to Kickstarter and the Cape Cod National House Trust.
- Above: It looks like these concrete knobs may inspire a future DIY. Photograph via Design Milk.
- Katie Holmes leaves New York for a house on a cul-de-sac in Calabasas, California.
- Above: Alexa has been thinking about buying a set of vintage Marcel Breuer chairs. This kitchen in Casablanca, Chile, by Ricardo Atanacio Balbontin is helping her decide. Photograph by Aryeh Kornfeld.
- Above: We’re ogling House Tweaking’s latest DIY project: pillow covers.
- Next door to the Remodelista San Francisco office: a two-bedroom industrial loft with a
“steam punk vibe” and a $1.75 million dollar price tag.
- It turns out that people who work from home get more done than most office workers.
- Above: A house tour with California furniture maker Sean Woosley. Spoiler: just about everything was made by Woosley, including this credenza. Photograph by Lonnie Webb.
- If you want to travel like Paul, John, Ringo, and George, take a look at this roundup of hotels that hosted The Beatles.