With autumn fast approaching, we’re trend-spotting 10 design developments for fall, admiring two sources for vintage finds, and following the goings-on at the London Design Festival. Here’s a look.
- Alexa is wishing she were in London to see a series of modern dioramas by Dimore Studio and inspired by life in postwar Italy, up at Mazzoleni in London as part of the London Design Festival, opening this weekend.
- Also at London Design Festival: Meander, a new collection from western Ireland–based makers Superfolk. (And stay tuned for our tour of Superfolk at home, coming soon.)
- Brooklyn readers: No plans today? Head to the Red Hook Design Sample Sale by Fort Standard Objects. Details here.
- Margot clued us in to Joseph Dirand: Interior, a monograph of Paris-based architect Joseph Dirand’s minimal-luxe, France meets Hollywood work. Preorder now: It’s available in three days.
- Julie and Francesca have been hanging out at Pilot in the Brooklyn Bridge Park, a sailing schooner turned floating oyster bar.
- Tech meets vintage: Sunset and Decorist transformed a 100-year-old cottage in Sonoma into a smart home, charm intact.
- To be filed under Important Research: Try out Howe’s line of bar stools on view from September 18 to 24 at their shop as part of the London Design Festival.
- We asked, you answered: Remodelista readers love blue kitchens (and herringbone floors).
- Six tips for the laundry room.
- We’re calling it now: 10 New Design Developments on Our Radar for Fall 2017.
- Last week we uncovered the 1750s house of an artist and landscape designer in Snedens Landing, New York, where Julia Child once dined and George Washington (quite possibly) slept. Now take a tour of the charming gardens over on Gardenista.
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