This week the Remodelista editors announced our new book, Remodelista: The Organized Home, and took cues from rustic design. Here’s a look.
- We’re intrigued by the broom-making workshop at a North Carolina school of folk crafts, focusing on such traditional designs as “mini cob-webber, a small hearth broom, a whisk broom, and some useful kitchen brushes,” and happening next weekend.
- “Everyone in town is making a pilgrimage to the David Zwirner gallery to see the Ruth Asawa show before it closes today,” says Margot. If you’re in New York, head there before it’s gone.
- Our favorite East Coast antiques shop is now online, as of yesterday: Browse Marson House here.
- Pacific Northwesterners and New Yorkers: Celebrate fall with Alder & Co. today in Germantown, NY, and Portland, OR (with Permanent Collection).
- Now trending: Remade in Maine: Jersey Ice Cream Co. Upgrades a House in Rockport.
- This week on Gardenista: An Insider’s Guide to Getting First Dibs on the Best Ikea Houseplants.
- Plus, we’re thrilled to announce our third book, Remodelista: The Organized Home: Simple, Stylish Storage Ideas for All Over the House, a visual guide to orderly living, out November 14 and available for preorder now. Read more here.
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