Bay Area readers and visitors: We hope to see you this weekend at our Remodelista Market San Francisco.
Above: Today from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Heath Ceramics nearly 50 local artisans from the San Francisco area will be showcasing homewares, clothing, jewelry, organic botanicals, gourmet foodstuffs, and more (plus, we’ll will have a new Remodelista/Gardenista canvas tote on offer).
If you’re further north, come visit us next weekend, December 17 and 18, at our Remodelista Market Portland, Oregon, hosted at Rejuvenation.
Now, a look at what’s been piquing our interest this week.
Above: Proof that destination travel is becoming even more social: The Hollander, a new Chicago “social stay” hotel. Housed in a historic warehouse in Wicker Park, the boutique hotel encourages guests to engage with one another via Instagram before their stays. The Robey, its sister hotel, is situated next door. Photograph courtesy of The Hollander.
- This minimalist home in the English countryside is a study in restraint.
- The most genius DIY fireplace we’ve seen.
- Simple hacks for making the tiniest kitchen seem bigger.
Above: New York readers: Meredith clued us in on Bartleby Objects‘ pop-up shop, going on now through December 11. Located at 154 Orchard St., it includes Remodelista favorites J. M. Generals and Sarah Macfadden Jewelry. (We’re fans of these Bartleby Objects Wood Boards made of bleached domestic walnut.)
- Annie is diving into DIY gifts this year. Spotted recently: These felted wool hot pads make an excellent gift for the host.
- Meant to revitalize and refresh: the 2017 Pantone Color of the Year.
- Another NYC holiday pop-up: Curious Corners is showcasing Japanese crafts and some Shashiko workshops, December 10-18, Calliope, 349 W. 12th St.
Above: Alexa plans to see Animistic Tendencies, an installation on view at BDDW. A collaboration between artists Kieran Kinsella and Maria Moyer, the exhibit is a material dialogue exploring the idea of animism—a belief that objects have an ability to act in the world. The installation runs through December 16 at BDDW, 5 Crosby St. in NYC.
- The home gift guide for the hipster in your life.
- A bed that makes itself?
- This Finnish company may be reinvigorating how furniture is made.
Above: Margot is coveting the new colorblocked glassware collection from Charleston, South Carolina–based The Commons. A collaboration with longtime Remodelista favorite Alabama Chanin, each handblown piece is unique in shape and coloration.
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