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Current Obsessions: Southern Gothic

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Current Obsessions: Southern Gothic

January 27, 2018

New York’s most anticipated new hotel, the case for a messy mantel, and more things the Remodelista editors are noting this weekend.

our latest obsession: a darkly gothic mantel, where wax drips are part of the a 9
Above: Our latest obsession: a darkly gothic mantel, where wax drips are part of the allure, spotted at Seaworthy in New Orleans.
  • Mark your calendars: From February 4 to February 11, textile artist Adrienne Rogers‘s handcrafted blankets, throws, and scarves will be on display (and for sale) at Boxwood Linen on 22 Main St. in Chatham, New York.
  • Kristina has been following Insta-famous design duo Studio McGee, who just announced that they’re opening their first brick-and-mortar shop in California’s Orange County; stay tuned.
  • If you’re in New York next weekend for the NY Now trade show, head a few blocks away to FS Objects‘s Winter 2018 Home Market, February 4-6 at 307 W. 38th S., Suite 1201, with designers Thompson Street Studio, Caroline Z Hurley, and more.
  • Stacey tipped us off to a new showroom in Los Angeles with a “seriously impressive” collection of midcentury finds.
  • This week on Instagram: @lostruralindustries chronicles a brickmaking workshop in the 1950s.
  • A tiny kitchen with ingenious storage (including in the toe kick), on the Organized Home.
 and for something brighter, we&#8\2\17;re looking forward to sister city, 10
Above: And for something brighter, we’re looking forward to Sister City, a new hotel from the Ace Hotel studio opening this fall in the Bowery in New York City, with design inspired by everything from Finnish saunas to John Cage compositions. Stay tuned. Photograph by Brian W. Ferry.

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