This past week we introduced Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home, based on the concept of a step-by-step recipe book (everything you need to know to make it through a remodel). This coming week, we'll be riffing on the theme, covering subtle changes you can make the kitchen: new outlet covers, a quick lighting or hardware switch-out, a new coat of paint.
Above: See Julie's Mill Valley, CA, house in the October issue of Martha Stewart Living: Order in the House: Lessons from Remodelista (and see the full house tour in our upcoming Remodelista book). Photos by Matthew Williams.
Above: Christine has been busy all week at London Design Festival; here's a photo she snapped at the exhibition of the newly launched Wrong for Hay collection of designer Thomas Jenkins' Lens Boxes (see more on Remodelista's Instagram account).
Inspired by bourbon (Southern Living).
Our friend Rena Tom tipped us off to her latest venture: A Makeshift Society in Williamsburg. Head over to Kickstarter to support this worthy cause.
Above: What to know before updating your kitchen sink (Cultivate). Photograph from Reader Rehab: A Respectful Eichler Remodel in Marin.
Stacey has been keeping her sartorial eye on the menswear pop-up market, Northern Grade in Richmond, Virginia.
A toolshed gets a new lease on life (Sunset Magazine).
Above: Currently coveting: enamelware in cool colors seen on Country Living.
Sarah is looking forward to Adam Silverman's new book, Adam Silverman Ceramics, a monograph from Rizzoli Press. Heath will be hosting Silverman and a show of his one-of-a-kind pots in their new space—the Boiler Room at the Heath Ceramics campus—on Friday, September 27th. Photo by Stefano Massei.
Above: Izabella likes this technique for a pre-kitchen remodel in Kreuzberg: map it out with white tape. Via Fantastic Frank.