Post-holiday, Remodelista editors are eyeing vintage-inspired quilts, an upstate New York pop-up, and more.
- En route to Callicoon, Francesca suggests swinging into a new art space in Cold Spring, New York, devoted to postwar and contemporary Italian art.
- Alexa just picked up the July issue of The World of Interiors for the feature on the glass workshop of J & L Lobmeyr in Vienna. She plans to read it this weekend in a shady park (or indoors next to her A/C).
- London readers, take note: Julie alerted us to “Plywood: Material of the Modern World,” a first-of-its-kind exhibit opening at the Victoria & Albert Museum next Saturday.
- This just in: A favorite Australian skin-care company now offers room sprays in three subtle scents.
- Color stories: seafoam.
- Vintage Americana: Admiring the Yalorun Independence Day Quilt by Mississippi-based artist Coulter Fussell, inspired by a Revolutionary War quilt and still available via Best Made Co. (Hurry: It’s the only one of its kind.)
- How to clean ice from your freezer (and make more room for ice cream).
- This week’s most popular: a stone carriage house on Maui’s north coast.
- Over on Gardenista: a tabletop greenhouse from a Danish designer.
- Fourteen favorite farmhouse sinks.
- Anyone headed to Brimfield this week? Share your finds with us on Instagram using the hashtag #RMfinds.
- Voting opens on our Considered Design Awards soon; stay tuned for more details. In the meantime, view all submissions here.
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