It’s that time of year: every evening (or every weekend, at least), there seems to be a can’t-miss celebratory bash. So we hope you can join us at our upcoming events, starting with our first-ever NYC market. And before you dash out the door, here are a few things we’ve been obsessing over:
Above: Next week we’ll be in NYC at the Park Avenue Garage Sale from November 21-23. For more information and to RSVP to our Wednesday night party, see Announcing the Remodelista Market in New York. Bonus points: Our lovely friends at Sweets & Bitters have come up with a Winter Market Citrus Punch (and they’ll be leaving recipe cards for our Market shoppers to consult).
Above: On those nights we’re staying in, we’ll be cooking from David Tanis’s new cookbook, One Good Dishâ€”100 easy (but elevated) recipes? We’re on board.
Above: Julie is looking forward to checking out the lovely-looking Dean Hotel (which opens in early January) on her next swing through Providence, RI.
We’re making note of this clever staircase-turned-library idea seen on PopSugar Home.
Above: Are you (like us) a Tom Delavan fan (it even rhymes!). Good news: he’s designed a line of bed linens, available at Gilt Home. We’re coveting the Garment Dyed Quilt Throw ($119), available in six shades ranging from storm gray to midnight blue, and the Flatweave Rug with Tassels (prices range from $79 to $449).
Above: Another one for our “only in Japan” file: Tato Architect’s dental clinic in Nakayamate, complete with a color palette based on the obligatory dentist green, via This Is Paper.
Coffee making as we’ve never seen it: on HuffPost Home.
Above: Alexa has been reading Annie Sloan’s blog (the same Annie Sloan of Chalk Paint fame) where she dissects colors spotted all around France, Australia, and Cuba and attaches a chalk paint color to them.
Weekend recipe to try: Moroccan Carrot Soup from Country Living.
Above: Janet, a longtime aficionado of Glassybaby votives (“You have to see them to believe them”), has been dropping into their new San Francisco store at 3665 Sacramento St. in Presidio Heights.