Margot posted a cheery travelog of her visit to Wellfleet, on Cape Cod; see it on Instagram at @dogwalkdiary.
And on a recent trip to Boston, Margot discovered a must-visit pop-up shop at the Bow Market in Union Square, Somerville, called Abroad Modern, which imports Indian housewares and staples (tiffins, stainless steel baby bottles, copper cups).
Currently on view at Brooklyn gallery Russell Janis: “Big Daisy Textile Space,” an exhibit featuring the work of Remodelista favorite Annie Coggan and artist Janis Stemmermann. Go to Russell Janis for more info.
Mark your calendars: On Saturday, July 20, from 9 am to noon, LA shop Nickey Kehoe is putting on a summer warehouse sale. Act fast.
On Saturday, July 13th from 5 pm to 7pm, Picture Room in Brooklyn Heights presents a talk with a trio of artists, coinciding with the 20th anniversary of the United States’ final commercial Morse code transmission, “What hath god wrought?” For info, go to Picture Room.
Our friend Asako emailed to say she paid a visit to the new Muji shop at Hudson Yards: “It’s two floors and they have a coffee and matcha stand. Also, they have a new monograming service for towels, sneakers, T-shirts, and tote bags.”
Lovers of ugly vegetables and fruits (and bargains): check out the Misfits Market, a newish CSA box delivery service (priced accordingly).