On deck this weekend: how to add an extra eco room to the garden, summer flower workshops, a color-saturated kitchen (spotted on Instagram), and more.
Plus, our new book, Remodelista in Maine: A Design Lover’s Guide to Inspired, Down-to-Earth Style—a look at unfussy, thrifty, timeless design on Maine’s rocky coast (and how to channel it, wherever you live)—comes out from Artisan Books next week. Head here to order, and read on:
- Currently admiring artist Lena Wolff’s posters for reproductive freedom. Read more (and donate) here.
- We love Sharktooth, the vintage rug and textile store, and now they’re offering custom services, including repairing blankets, over-dying old quilts, and washing rugs. Head to their new website for more.
- Ceramic artist Pip Hartle is having a studio sale tomorrow, Sunday, from 12:30-5:30 in Clapton, London; head here (and contact Pip directly) for more info.
- Akio Nukaga’s ceramic wares via Anzu New York sold out quickly, but the online exhibition is still well worth perusing.
- Weekend project: a simple pillow by textile artist Hannah Haworth (whose Catskills kitchen we profiled this week).
- We’d love a sustainable, stylish room to tuck into the garden.
- A beautifully redesigned museum in Oslo.
- And a pretty teal-on-teal kitchen.
- Wallpaper’s making a comeback. Maybe the pastoral panorama—like this modern update by Elizabeth Roberts—is next?
- And a series of summer workshops from a pioneering urban garden center.
- Worth revisiting: a no-drill hanging-storage solution for the bath.