Forget spring cleaning; now that it’s officially fall, we’re looking for ways to decompress and reorganize—all at the same time. Towards that end, stay tuned this coming week for our Happier at Home issue. For weekend inspiration, here’s what’s been catching our eye this week:
- A renovated beach house in Kent, England, makes use of natural rubber and sustainably-harvest wood to absorb heat during the winter months. For this and more, see our post on Gardenista: 10 Modern Houses Gone to the Dark Side.
- Christine is taking a look at the new rug collection by Paul Smith for The Rug Company.
- Julie has been admiring the work of Irish painter Sean Scully.
- Stacey has been eyeing this minimalist ice cream shop for the artistically-inclined.
- Alexa is thinking of giving this recipe a go: Reine Claude Tarte with Salted Butter Caramel.
- Margot is planning a pilgrimage to see artist (and friend) Christopher Russell’s bronze Bee Gates for the newly renovated Ninth Avenue subway station in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Russell, she says, stands ready to take private commissions.
- A clever way to clean the bottom of glassware from Real Simple.
- We’re excited to see stylist Ashley Helvey’s work as the new editorial creative director at Totokaelo in Seattle.
- Spotted on Architectural Digest: Amass, Copenhagen’s hot new restaurant owned by chef Matthew Orlando (a Noma alum). Learn more about the open-floor plan on Eater.