Wishing you a warm and restful weekend. Here are just a few things we’re taking note of:
- On the Saarinen House in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan—and the legacy of Loja Saarinen.
- Margot is admiring (from afar) “The Secret Garden,” the latest installation by artist Kaori Tatebayashi, featuring white stoneware leafy branches climbing the walls of a grand London entry. (For more of her work, see Artist Visit: Kaori Tatebayashi’s Ceramic Garden.)
- The prettiest minimal yoga room (in a backyard shed).
- This yellow bath by designer-of-the-moment Beata Heuman makes a case for sunny hues in midwinter.
- Cold-weather reading for all: Winter Gardens by Andrew Montgomery and Clare Foster.
- We like these stripy rugs from an LA-based design collective.
- On the market: a historic house in Harlem with a checkered past, now home to two literary greats. (Here’s the listing.)
- Annie is coveting these eco-minded (and good-looking) essentials for the home office from Wisdom Supply Co. (The company’s motto? Waste is a design flaw.)
- Last but not least: 10 New Year’s resolutions for the gardener.