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Current Obsessions: Lounge Living

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Current Obsessions: Lounge Living

May 16, 2015

Here’s what’s been catching our attention this week.

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Above: On Sunday, May 17, join Julie and Sarah at March in SF for the shop’s first ever Bridal Event (we’ve curated a registry); there are two sessions: morning (11:30 am to 12:30 pm) and afternoon (1 pm to 2:30 pm). March is located at 3075 Sacramento Street in San Francisco; RSVP at [email protected]
  • In preparation for next week’s ode to warm-weather living, we’re visiting a summer house on the coast of Sweden.
  • Take a ride in a roving cafe.
  • Margot’s favorite stop (so far) at New York’s citywide NYCxDesign week: The Makers & Brothers Shed at the Standard Hotel East Village, where Superfolk are holding botanical printmaking workshops.
  • Piet Hein Eek’s just-unveiled Wonder Room installation at The Future Perfect in NYC.
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Above: Soapstone press for the chic burger chef.
  • Iced coffee in a wine bottle.
  • Textile designer John Robshaw’s dreamy Connecticut estate, perfect patio included.
  • 700-square-feet in Brooklyn for two high school sweethearts.
  • Boho on a budget.
  • America’s steepest rental: Seven bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, and the longest residential pool in California for $750,000 a month.
  • We got lost in LA interior designer Kim Winkelman’s Bedroom board.

For more Remodelista, see our Wedding Party issue, and head over to Gardenista to see their take on the Wedding Season.

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