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Current Obsessions: December by Design

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Current Obsessions: December by Design

December 16, 2017

This week the Remodelista editors are decking the halls and preparing for the holidays. Here’s a look.

plus, over on gardenista: a look inside the uk home of botanical stylist yasuyo 9
Above: Plus, over on Gardenista: a look inside the UK home of botanical stylist Yasuyo Harvey. Here, the remodeled kitchen, with a niche for Harvey’s botanical objets. “I’m more interested in creating objects and sculptures for beautiful interiors than conventional floristry,” she says.
  • This week on Apiece Apart: an artful interview with Scribe Winery‘s Emma Lipp.
  • Calling all last-minute shoppers: now through December 19, get 15 percent off at FS Objects with code HOLIDAYCHEERS.
  • Holidays without the hassle? A new service (from a former editor and style director) will bring in a tree, decorate it, and haul it away for you when you’re done.
  • On our bedside tables: Liefke (which means “sweetheart”), a new Dutch quarterly devoted to a celebration of slow living, Netherlands-style.
  • “Even the mundane world under your kitchen sink or in your junk drawer should be considered and pleasing.” Read more from Julie and Margot (and our new book, The Organized Home) in The Wall Street Journal.
both julie and alexa are coveting the ceramic still lives, inspired by dutch ma 10
Above: Both Julie and Alexa are coveting the ceramic still lives, inspired by Dutch masters, from Kaori Tatebayashi’s solo show, “Preserving Time,” on display in London through January 13.

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