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Current Obsessions: The Harvest Table


Current Obsessions: The Harvest Table

November 18, 2017

Headed into Thanksgiving week, we’re preparing the kitchen (and the table). Happy holidays.

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Above: We’re revisiting Into the Wild, Part 2: A Canadian Thanksgiving, one of our all-time favorites.
  • For the last-minute Thanksgiving host or hostess: 12 Essential Tools and Cookware for a Low-Tech Holiday.
  • Now open in NYC: “Wild,” a solo gallery show by Serena Mitnik-Miller. (We’re still admiring her artful kitchen too.)
  • The owners of West Village restaurant Via Carota (frequented by the Remodelista editorial team) advise on post-dinner Italian amaro in a favorite New York Times article from 2014.
  • Justine clued us in to Tulsi, the soft goods collection by a designer and illustrator; we like the rug offerings in particular.
  • On our radar in Marin County, California: a pop-up shop featuring handmade rugs, towels, table linens, and goods from Oaxaca, all from XYZ Cooperative. It’s on the northwest corner of Dogwood and Poplar in Bolinas, through the gate; look for the red truck parked out front. Now through Wednesday.
  • Worth a revisit: Portlandia takes on tiny houses.
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Above: And we’re still poring over chef David Tanis’s low-tech and beautifully soulful kitchen in the East Village, as well as his new book, David Tanis Market Cooking (captured here in a shaft of light by Julie on the day of the shoot). For US readers and those celebrating, we wish you a happy holiday.
  • Finally: Our third book, The Organized Home, is now available! Order your copy now, and see what our friends have been saying:
    • “Simple and joyful solutions for dealing with clutter prone spots with style.” —The Washington Post
    • “Chock-full of straightforward, unfussy solutions for getting your belongings and rooms in order.” —Architectural Digest
    • “A decluttering tome that supports the beauty of organization, helping readers to understand that order can be artful.” —Apartment Therapy
    • “Broken down room by room, [the book] will help you organize every surface within reach.” —Houston Chronicle
    • “Packed with simple yet unexpected tips for creating a beautiful home.” —Brit + Co.

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