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Current Obsessions: November Light (and a Giveaway)

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Current Obsessions: November Light (and a Giveaway)

November 4, 2017

These first days of November, the Remodelista editors are taking tea and noting events from London to the Headlands. Plus, enter to win a copy of our new book and our favorite storage essential. Here’s a look.

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Above: Remodelista’s New York contingent is noting “T: Exploration and Experience of the Tea Bowl,” a new exhibit at Manhattan-based teahouse Floating Mountain, featuring handcrafted ceramic and glass works by Alana Wilson and Romy Northover, open through November 26.
  • Northeast readers, mark your calendars: Join Julie, Margot, and Michelle for cocktails and conversation at Terrain in Westport, Connecticut, on November 14 to celebrate our new book Remodelista: The Organized Home (read the Terrain profile of it here). See you there.
  • New from Vipp (makers of utilitarian-chic trash cans): well-appointed Vipp Hotels, in the center of Copenhagen and the Swedish woods.
  • We’re all downloading Vild Mad (“wild food”), a foraging app from renowned chef René Redzepi that illuminates how to “read the landscape and to discover its culinary potential.”
  • Now in London: Architect Spencer Fung‘s thoughtful watercolors, inspired by (and made with) nature, on display this weekend at Art Rooms Four, Unit 12, Piccadilly Arcade (opposite the Royal Academy).
  • Bay Area readers, stop by the Headlands Center for the Arts tomorrow, November 5, from 4 to 6 p.m. for the opening reception of the Fall Project Space Exhibitions (and maybe stay for dinner; tickets here).
  • Two noteworthy charitable events, upcoming in San Francisco: Break the Cycle (in which San Francisco’s top designers will compete to design a bicycle, with proceeds benefit New Door Ventures; taking place November 9) and ChefsGiving Week (November 13-19, with a gala at the Ferry Building, with proceeds to benefit the victims of the fires in Northern California. Tickets and more information here.)
  • Meredith recently stopped into the newest outpost of Wise Sons Jewish Deli in SF’s Hayes Valley neighborhood. “The babka is something I won’t soon forget,” she reports.
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Above: Alexa is a fan of the culinary herbs from Daphnis & Chloe, a small company in Athens, Greece, and is particularly excited about their new jars of herbs (formerly housed in cardboard containers). For more, visit Daphnis & Chloe.

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