Table of Contents: The Life Aquatic by

Issue 25 · The Life Aquatic · June 23, 2014

Table of Contents: The Life Aquatic

Issue 25 · The Life Aquatic · June 23, 2014

Now that it's officially summer, we're heading to the waterfront. Join us this week as we hang out in hammocks and celebrate all things nautical.

The Life Aquatic Remodelista Issue

Above: Care for a dock off your front door?  Photograph from A Floating House on Lake Huron.

Monday

Oaxen restaurant Stockholm | Remodelista

Above: Izabella shows us around Oaxen Slip, a remarkable new Stockholm bistro and Michelin-starred dining room in a rebuilt boatyard—it's today's Restaurant Visit.

Tuesday

Hammock from Manufactum | Remodelista

Above: Did you know that the British Royal Navy once slept aboard ship in cocoon-like hammocks that rocked with the waves? This week's Object Lesson by Megan Wilson is the nautical hammock. 

Wednesday

Fredericks & Mae and friends houseboat | Remodelista

Above: A group of NYC creatives (including the duo behind Fredericks & Mae) spend summer weekends on a houseboat docked a subway ride away. It's Wednesday's Rehab Diary. Photograph by Douglas Lyle Thompson for Remodelista.

Thursday

Rental house in Cornwall England | Remodelista

Above: In Thursday's House Call, Julie presents a well-accessorized beach house available for rent in Cornwall, England.  

Friday

Cassandra Smith nautical knots | Remodelista

Above: Artist Cassandra Wilson applies a new twist to the classic sailor's monkey knot; read about her designs in Margot's Friday Nautical Accessories post.

Saturday

Chadbourne Doss Station boathouse Oregon | Remodelista

Above: Christine's Weekend Spotlight is a boathouse in Oregon, artfully converted into living quarters, standing seam metal roof included.

Have a look at Gardenista—they're also celebrating the Life Aquatic this week.

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