What the Remodelista editors are noting during our fall Design Secrets week.
- The unobtrusive kitchen: Julie took inspiration from an artful London kitchen, which had been inspired by the hushed work of a Danish painter, for her new remodel in Brooklyn Heights. Read more in the New York Times.
- New in tablescapes: La Nouvelle Table by Serax for Merci Paris.
- Meredith is admiring the latest from Original BTC.
- Julie is headed to Field & Supply, going on in Kingston, NY this weekend—and is particularly hoping to learn to make a DIY canvas bucket bag.
- On the market: Seth Meyer’s West Village townhouse, previously featured on Remodelista.
- The latest in 1970s throwbacks: a look inside Brooklyn apartments 40 years ago.
- Alexa is coveting the new porcelain dinnerware at March; it’s made in the Japanese neriage style in contrasting clay for a tie-dye effect.
- Upcoming at Jackstraw in Seattle: a curated collection of objects and housewares, including ceramics by Anne Traver and rugs by What Because.
- LA readers: Head to Garde for their annual sale, today (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and tomorrow (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.), 7418 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, in the back parking lot.
- Coveting Simple Fare: Fall/Winter, the second volume of the Simple Fare cookbook series by Karen Mordechai of Sunday Suppers, with beautiful photography and market-driven recipes.
- A look around the Michigan garden of the former editor in chief of Domino magazine and cofounder of Lonny, over on Gardenista.
- Now trending: The Sentimental Minimalist at Home in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn.
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