Happy New Year from all of us at Remodelista. Here’s to ringing in the new—and a few things we’re noting this first weekend.
- What if we didn’t build a single new building in 2022? asks Fast Company.
- Julie is admiring Erica Tanov’s new collection for Clé Tile: “I’ve reworked original prints from my clothing and homeware archives, translating them into a group of tile designs,” writes Tanov. Take a look at the collection here.
- A new-to-us source for vintage quilts (with a batch launching this weekend).
- In the spirit of a candlelit winter, we like these delicate glass candlesticks by master Murano glass blower Davide Fuin for March.
- On the heels of last week’s Trend Alert: Hand-Painted Details Everywhere: a few inspired ideas for using leftover paint and sample pots from UK-based decorative artist Tess Newall.
- A portable cabin in Poland.
- How to shuck an oyster (and a recipe, too).
- Out with the old: strategies for successful decluttering.
- A winter to-do list for the garden (because the gardener never sleeps).
May we recommend:
- A colorful hanging stoneware garland by Michele Quan (all proceeds go to Seeding Sovereignty).
- And glass vases for the tiniest acorns.