Ahead, 12 things we’re noting this weekend:
- Goodee is turning four—and hosting a sale, now through June 4, to celebrate.
- Margot recently stopped into a preview of Tom Delavan’s collection of shaggy Turkish-made geometric rugs in inspired, unexpected color combos for Beni (and is now coveting one for her own place).
- On view at Howe London on Pimlico Road: “a collection of garden furniture and lovely old pots” to celebrate the upcoming Chelsea Flower Show.
- And stateside, NYCxDesign is going on through May 25.
- Today 12-4 p.m. in Brooklyn: an Auntie Otie sample sale, 72 Mother Gaston Blvd. Says the shop: “Relax in our garden with a cold drink after you shop. In person only; no phone or web orders. BYO bags.”
- New Yorkers, stop into the New York Botanical Gardens on Thursday, May 25, to see visual artist Ebony G. Patterson in conversation ahead of her new exhibit, which opens May 27 and is the culmination of her year-long residency (the first of its kind) at the Gardens. More info on the talk here and the exhibit here.
- The case for post-occupancy studies, ft. an architecture firm who returned to look at an eco-house it completed 13 years ago.
- Morgan is admiring ASL, the design firm Saint-Lazare’s own collection of objects, furniture, kitchenware, and more.
- A new hotel, now open in Maryland.
- We love this “alternative to unsightly spotlights,” courtesy of Beata Heuman.
- Utterly charmed by green roofs.
- And continuing our obsession with throw beds: 10 portable mattresses for lounging indoors (or out).
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