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Current Obsessions: Winter Finals

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Current Obsessions: Winter Finals

March 1, 2014

This past week on Remodelista, we gave wintery interiors and designs a final salute. Next week, we unveil our Velvet Underground issue, a celebration of stealth luxuries, from metallic paints to Kul, a new restaurant in Copenhagen, and a coffee table Michelle purchased from a site called Previously Owned by a Gay Man. Stay tuned–and, in the meantime, here are a few more things we’ve been obsessing over:

while visiting a lacquer workshop in myanmar last week, christine spotted bambo 9
Above: While visiting a lacquer workshop in Myanmar last week, Christine spotted bamboo mats on bamboo floors. Photograph by Christine Chang Hanway. 
meredith is coveting a vitamix, and here is your chance to win one.  10
Above: Meredith is coveting a Vitamix, and here is your chance to win one
we&#8\2\17;ll never tire of vertical gardens.  11
Above: We’ll never tire of vertical gardens
  • Alexa is looking forward to visiting the house and studio of architect Luis Barragán while in Mexico City later this week.
  • Gardenista’s Erin Boyle recently moved to a slightly bigger space, but we’re still admiring how she and her husband made their tiny Brooklyn apartment—a mere 240 square feet—work for over two years.
  • We’re hoping Everlane makes a woman’s version of their new blazer for men.
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Above: Margot has been admiring the all-American cashmere throws–made entirely in the U.S.; yes, the goats are raised here–from new online shop J.M. Generals

For the latest Remodelista posts, take a look at our Winter Break issue. And don’t miss Gardenista’s issue on the California Water Crisis and Week in Review.

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