We're wrapping up the week with a look at what's on our radar right now:
Above: Our friend Aya Brackett is in Japan for her show "Soiled," on view at two locations in Tokyo: Rocket Gallery in Harajuku, from May 2-13, and the Daikanyama Tsutaya Bookstore from May 1-18. (Aya hand splattered a limited edition of her program with natural dyes she made from hibiscus, coffee, sour grass, and beets.) For more information, go to Aya Brackett.
- Above: A new fashion pop-up at the historic Felix Meritis Residence in Amsterdam.
- Meryl Streep's 1954 Hollywood Hills house.
- Declutter in 5 steps.
- Above: The factory where Everlane manufactures its brand new Swing Trench. The online fashion company's first piece of outerwear debuted this week and is already sold out. Up next: twill travel accessories.
- California Home & Design is back from a three-month hiatus.
- In anticipation of our Handywoman issue next week: watching Gael Towey & Company's just-launched videos of creative women in action
- As if we needed another reason to get to Berlin, the International Design Festival Berlin is taking place later this month.
- No need to pack for a trip when you can 3D print everything you need.
- Any Remodelista readers recognize this house? Hint: It doesn't belong to Miranda Kerr. (Turn to pages 162 to 175 of the Remodelista book for the answer.)
- Tour a reimagined Presidio Heights mansion for the 61st Annual Decorator Showcase in San Francisco.
- DIY art for the mantle.
- Bedtime reading: A Magical Trip to the Homeland of Gabriella Garcia Marquez.
- Psychedelic custom wallpaper, anyone? (We're big fans.)
- Last month we got an exclusive look into the Berkeley bungalow of best-selling authors Ayelet Waldman and Michael Chabon. Watch for a giveaway of Waldman's new book, Love & Treasure, on our Facebook page next week.