Here’s a look at what we’ve been admiring this week.
- In the April issue of Wallpaper, the 1920s creations of architect Rudolph Schindler highlights the pages. Benjamin Kempton, Steve Harries, and Jason Parker worked in tandem to “perfect the lighting, get the wood to look right, and re-create the mood of the Schindler House.” Photograph by Steve Harries.
- A foolproof guide for working with a contractor.
- 6 instant upgrades for a rental kitchen.
- A visit to the Montecito Heights home of jewelry designer Kathryn Bentley.
- Pantone’s spring trend report calls for fresh, vibrant hues.
- More than 1,000 vintage photographs of midcentury architecture are now available to view.
- On our reading lists: Perfect Imperfect. Written by Karen McCartney with Sharyn Cairns and Glen Proebstel, the book explores the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi and finding beauty in authenticity and imperfection.
- A look at the aesthetics and style of our friend Diane Keaton.
- Over on Gardenista: industrial-style outdoor lighting.
- Interior designer Jaquelyn Clark’s Restaurant Inspiration board offers design and travel inspiration.
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