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Current Obsessions: Marine Blue


Current Obsessions: Marine Blue

July 21, 2019

Here’s what’s on our radar as we try to  keep our cool:

new craftsmen dining range
Above: On view at The New Craftsmen in London: The Dining Collection, “encompassing serveware, glassware, furniture, and a new range of made to order dining sets, from the likes of John Wheeldon, Christine Milne and Matthew Cox.”

Admiring the new Reed Candlestick line from Roman & Williams Guild (designed by Stephen for Robin); available in burnished or blackened brass and silver.

Looking forward to the latest from one of our favorite UK cookbook writers, Diana Henry: From the Oven to the Table, full of dishes you can “bung in the oven,” as she says. “There are both easy suppers and more celebratory dishes.”

Opening in August: the Menorca Experimental. We’re obsessed.

Planning a trip to Maine? Margot recommends a visit to the Portland Museum; currently on view: In the Vanguard, featuring works by Anni Albers, among others.

Julie stayed at Brice Marden’s Hotel Tivoli a while back; we’re delighted to see you can now recreate the tabletop situation with ceramics from Caroline Wallner of Tivoli Tile Work.

In other news, don’t miss: From Field to Furniture: The Three Oaks Collection from Edward Collinson, The Wave Hill Chair: Minimalist, Timeless—and You Can Make It Yourself, and Ideas to Steal: 7 Smart Tips for Storing Linens and Keeping Them Fresh.

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