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Current Obsessions: Signs of Spring

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Current Obsessions: Signs of Spring

April 12, 2020
notary ceramics spring collection
Above: Portland, OR-based Notary Ceramics is offering free shipping on all their wares; go to Notary Ceramics for more info.
  • We’re obsessed: the Penland School of Craft in North Carolina has a show on called “Hand Tools for Everyday Use”; take a virtual tour here.
  • Some of our favorite West Coast makers have turned their attention to sewing masks, both for purchase and for healthcare workers: Plover, Erica Tanov (she offers a helpful tutorial here), Jess Brown, and Rough Linen, notably.
  • Brooklyn-based textile artist Rebecca Atwood has a new collaboration with Pottery Barn, including wallpaper, bedding, a tabletop collection, framed prints, and more.
  • Margot is admiring the Beehive, a new offering from Loll, makers of modern outdoor furniture, in collaboration with Duluth-based Lake Superior Honey Co. “It’s our take on the classic residential bee hive, adding an element of modern design to your backyard.”
  • Fan notes that “Fallingwater, Hollyhock House, and Taliesin West are among the 12 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed properties opening their doors to virtual tours,” via Dezeen.
justine hand fairy house
Above: Remodelista editor Justine Hand and her daughter, Solvi, have been amusing themselves by building fairy houses using scavenged bits from their New England yard.

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