We’re always restlessly scouring our favorite sources and haunts for inspiration, here’s what we have on our radar this week.
Margot is coveting new linen bedding from one of our favorite sources of design inspiration, Father Rabbit in New Zealand. She adds: “I guess the feeling is mutual: Note the Remodelista book in the background.”
Above: Over on Gardenista, Michelle and team have been rethinking unfashionable flowers; see Sophia Moreno-Bunge’s take on zinnias, the ultimate farm stand flower.
- We enjoyed this three-part series on a the renovation of a historic Victorian.
- Currently admiring: Germany-made tables for “free thinkers.”
Above: We’re perpetually in search of cozy fall getaways. Francesca’s long-weekend tip: “October 7-9 is Field + Supply, a modern makers craft fair in Stone Ridge, NY. There are still rooms available at Audrey’s Farmhouse in Wallkill (and you can bring the dog). I’d like to stay in the Charcoal Room.”
- Here’s the case for decorating a “neglected” space.
- On the market: Meryl Streep’s former Greenwich Village home.
Above: Spotted by Alexa on Instagram: “A favorite Antwerp shop, Atelier Solarshop, redesigned the shop’s interiors with new wood objects from Zagarella and weavings by Senegalese designer Lamine Diouf. It’s on the must-see list for our next Antwerp trip.”
Above: This past week, photographer Martyn Thompson debuted his Rock Pool jacquard fabric collection “celebrating the unknowable sea” at the London Design Festival (available in the US via Future Perfect).
- Our new book is only a few weeks away––order your copy today.
Above: We dropped in on the New York launch party for textile designer Rebecca Atwood’s new book, Living with Pattern. The book is full of ideas for even the most pattern-shy—like Annie, who is starting with Atwood’s idea to layer a bed with subtly-textured all-white linens.
- Part cri de coeur, part manifesto––an LA architect makes his case.
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Above: Copenhagen- and New York-based Oliver Gustav Studio (@studioolivergustav). Justine loves the “modern, Vermeer-esque interiors.”
For more Remodelista, explore our latest issue:
- A Modern Masseria in Puglia with Traditional Influcences
- Barely There Dining Chairs
- Scandi in the Mitte: Antiqued Interiors at Dottír in Berlin
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