From holiday pop-ups to the most beautiful containers for leftovers: Here are 17 things to know about, between trussing the turkey and getting out the good china.
- Our thoughts are with those affected by the fires in California. Here’s one way to donate, via Shoppe Amber Interiors.
- Why you should never stop redecorating: Michelle answers the question in her latest for the Wall Street Journal.
- What makes the perfect kitchen towel? 36,000 people weighed in; here’s the result.
- All of us on the Remodelista team (Brooklynites and non-Brooklynites alike) are coveting Brooklyn Book: Casual Walk, by shopkeeper and Remodelista friend Asako Ueno.
- In the market for new dinnerware? Direct-to-consumer brand Year & Day is showing their wares at a pop-up shop on Crosby Street in New York City, now through December 24.
- And Best Made Co. has a pop-up across the river at 111 N 6th Street in Williamsburg. Stop by for winter essentials and more.
- On exhibit at Scribner’s Catskill Lodge: drawings by photographer Emily Johnston, made of ash on freshly fallen snow.
- And a photographer takes as his subject the light in old New England Shaker houses, currently on exhibit in Hudson, NY. (See more of one of the villages here.)
- Breaking news: J. Crew now sells housewares.
- A rare book shop reopens in Pasadena.
- And: Apparatus Studio and Farrow & Ball both land in LA.
- 7 reasons to visit Canada. (Here’s an eighth.)
- Inside a micro-apartment in Poland.
- This classic English basket is often seen in British homes, reused as toy chests and other organizers, Margot reports; now, they’re available stateside at Williams-Sonoma.
- Julie let us know about this Manhattan antique store’s closing sale.
- The 7 most flavorful vegetables to grow, according to Dan Barber.
- And, our favorite covered ceramic food storage bowls, for leftovers.
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