Ten things we’re noting this pre-Valentine’s weekend:
- Where to go in Paris? Consult our friend Ajiri Aki’s shortlist for design lovers.
- At home with Sarah Paulson, ft. a Green River Project table, thoughts on barn doors (they’re a no-go), and design by Nickey Kehoe. (We’ll be highlighting another space by Nickey Kehoe on Monday—stay tuned.)
- On our reading list: Embrace Your Space, coming out next month.
- A young family’s Danish home via Cup of Jo.
- What do you make of the return of the pink sink?
- Annie reports two goings-on in Maine worth noting: this weekend (Feb. 11 and 12), a pop-up at The Lost Kitchen in Freedom; and April 28-30, a hand-building workshop with Ariela Kuh of ANK Studio.
- We all love East London Cloth (see Nell’s original post here); and now, thanks to Curtains by Post, a new line of ready-made curtains is available worldwide.
- East Fork is having a seconds sale at Counter Culture Coffee in D.C. on Feb. 19, with ticket proceeds going to Asheville’s Racial Justice Coalition. More info here.
- Throwing a Valentine’s dinner party? We like chef Jeremy Lee’s advice on Gardenista this week: “How might the suggestion of a great tumble of large meringues piled with cream, clotted cream, curds and custard—studded with peaches, figs, raspberries and strawberries, and rivers of apricot and berry purées running through the cracks, ravines and fissures, with clods of almonds and pistachios, dusted with icing sugar—sound? They are the most marvelous follies, frivolous and utterly scrumptious. And can be made more so with the dishes placed among a beautiful gathering of flowers, for further jollity and merriment.” (See the full post, on Valentine’s Day flowers, here.)
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