At the end of our Europe Eclectic issue and deep into October, the Remodelista editors are eyeing new offerings from favorite makers, a historic brick house for sale in Salem, Massachusetts, and an upstate exhibit. Here’s a look.
- The Remodelista editors, the cat- and dog-owners among us, are admiring Ikea’s new collection for pets. (Julie’s liking the cat house on legs; Annie wants the placemat to help corral dog food bowls.)
- Beloved Bay Area designer Erica Tanov opens her new LA outpost on Sunday, October 15. LA readers, stop by for “bubbly and treats” from 11 am to 6 pm and to browse Erica’s idiosyncratic, artful line of clothing, plus her vintage and housewares edit. Location: The Row, DTLA, 1318 East 7th Street, #120 (enter at 777 South Alameda).
- More must-haves from Ikea: a new collaboration with Danish design house Hay.
- Margot is looking forward to the reopening of Good in Boston, a well-curated home goods shop now in a new location—and with a focus on New England designers. It opens October 19 at 20 Myrtle St.
- New from Block Shop: winter-ready quilts in four colorways, including Providence and Acadia.
- Meredith is inspired by photos of Georgia O’Keeffe’s ad-hoc pantry.
- We’re currently coveting these moody table linens in shades of black, charcoal, and indigo, new from Remodelista favorite Rough Linen.
- On the market: a 200-year-old brick house with modern sensibility in Salem, Massachusetts (featured in one our most popular posts ever).
- We’re wishing we could drop in on Fern & Shaker’s dark and moody cocktail workshop. Portland, Oregon, readers: Attend in our stead.
- Contributor Daisy tipped us off to a house built to last on a sea-swept island off of Norway, via The Wall Street Journal.
- Reading An Architect’s Work Studio in a Toronto Garden, over on Gardenista.
- We love Benjamin Swett’s studies of Shaker buildings on Instagram. Follow along.
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