This week the Remodelista editors are admiring an antique home in an artists’ haven, sleuthing finds at Brimfield, and more.
- Justine spent yesterday at the Chairish tent at Brimfield, identifying fall trends and sourcing vintage finds. New Englanders: It’s not too late to head there yourself; Brimfield continues through this Sunday, September 10.
- Margot’s current favorite Instagram feed: @lostruralindustries featuring
photographer Bridget Bishop’s photos of British rural manufacturing from the 1950s, like rush mat weaving and trug making (and discovered when we toured her daughter-in-law’s tiny beach house on the Thames).
- New Yorkers: This year’s Piecework Collective quilt exhibition is running next weekend on 13th Street. More info here.
- Meredith reports that Copenhagen-based Frama just released a new fragrance in their Apothecary line, notes of lilac and seaweed included.
- Anticipating the release of Athena Calderone‘s new cookbook, Cook Beautiful, now available for presale.
- Julie is noting the collections of designer Kim Ficaro’s New York–based, Morocco- and Oaxaca-sourced housewares shop Totem Home. (The Mexican-made small ceramic cups were recently chosen by Rene Redzepi for the tables of the Noma pop-up in Tulum.)
- London’s new “it” neighborhood, via The Wall Street Journal.
- Now trending: 5 small-space (and dorm) ideas to steal from Stockholm’s Hobo Hotel.
- Love the small-space balcony garden in this New Zealand studio apartment? Get the look on Gardenista.
- 14 tips for staging a small-space house.
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