This week the Remodelista editors took a tour of a traditional cookspace in London, a minimal longhouse on a Danish island, and a clean-lined-meets-antiques retreat in upstate New York. Here are a few more things we were emailing to each other this week:
- Villa Lena, which we featured way back in 2014 (see A New Creative Hub (and Hotel) in Tuscany) is re-opening for one week only to ring in the New Year, featuring a “gastronomic feast” and walks in the Italian countryside; more info here.
- Just in time for our increasing wanderlust: Atlas Obscura’s first travel app, for discovering the world’s hidden spots from home.
- Paint companies have announced their colors of the year for 2022, and they’re all the same subtle hue.
- Copenhagen-based design company Frama is launching its first-ever installation in the US, “Utilitarian Living,” with furniture, home objects, and apothecary goods, plus new and exclusive pieces. It’ll be on view at 180 The Store, 180 Duane Street, New York, NY, from November 12th-18th.
- Fan has been admiring ceramicist and writer Raina Lee’s converted treehouse behind her home, now a gallery for her work; take a tour and watch the short film via Faculty Department.
- Last week we featured a 1640s Georgian house in the UK; this week, the walled garden behind it.
- A tiny, everyday reusable upgrade.
May we recommend:
- An iconic light gets a new iteration.
- And our obsession with the bedroll continues (also available from Vestige, among others).
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