This past week on Remodelista, we gave wintery interiors and designs a final salute. Next week, we unveil our Velvet Underground issue, a celebration of stealth luxuries, from metallic paints to Kul, a new restaurant in Copenhagen, and a coffee table Michelle purchased from a site called Previously Owned by a Gay Man. Stay tuned—and, in the meantime, here are a few more things we've been obsessing over:
Above: While visiting a lacquer workshop in Myanmar last week, Christine spotted bamboo mats on bamboo floors and was reminded of the Mystery of Bamboo Floors Uncovered. Photograph by Christine Chang Hanway.
As winter wanes, if you find yourself waxing lyrical for cabin life, Juniper Ridge offers a choice of woodsy cabin sprays with scents like Big Sur, Siskiyou, and Cascade Glacier.
Trying to get a toehold in San Francisco? Refinery 29's tips on landing an apartment in the city makes it seem possible.
Above: Meredith is coveting a Vitamix, and here is your chance to win one.
We're also giving away a $5,000 shopping spree at Terrain in Philadelphia (trip for two included) with a meal and guidance from our very own Julie Carlson.
As a latte addict, Dalilah plans to head straight to the florist coffee shop during her next trip to New York City.
Above: Alexa is looking forward to visiting the house and studio of architect Luis Barragán while in Mexico City later this week.
Gardenista's Erin Boyle recently moved to a slightly bigger space, but we're still admiring how she and her husband made their tiny Brooklyn apartment—a mere 240 square feet—work for over two years.
Domaine breaks down what you need to mimic the modern rustic look at Nolita's newest restaurant, The Musket Room. For another Nolita gem, check out McNally Jackson bookstore's Goods for the Study.
Sarah's been enjoying this hilarious piece on What Goes on Behind Closed Doors at Hotels with Gary Shteyngart via Travel and Leisure.
Above: We'll never tire of vertical gardens.
We're hoping Everlane makes a woman's version of their new blazer for men.
Above: Margot has been admiring the all-American cashmere throws—made entirely in the U.S.; yes, the goats are raised here—from new online shop J.M. Generals.