Ahead this weekend: a new source for an eco cleaning tool, arrangement inspiration for the first spring flowers, and more. Read on:
- New from small-batch UK perfume maker Ffern: a fragrance collaboration with chef Skye Gyngell. Because the company aims to minimize waste, they create bottles only for those on their ledger; there’s currently a wait list, here. (In London? It’ll also be available at Gyngell’s Spring-to-Go shop.)
- We’ve long admired Cuban mops (just see our ode to them: The Near Perfect Cleaning Tool You’ve Never Heard of (and How to Use It)). So we were thrilled to see that broomsquire Amina Haswell of Prairie Breeze Folk Arts is now offering handmade versions, made from Canadian maple wood; they’re currently out of stock, but head here to await their return.
- Rethinking the (arguably uncool) daffodil.
- And for those in need of a change of WFH scenery, consider these 9 favorite outbuildings-turned-home offices.
- Now through February 27th, Canadian retailer EQ3 is offering 10 percent off all of their offerings or 15 percent off when you spend $2,500 or more; head to EQ3 to browse.
- Have a burning question for next week’s Remodelista Reconnaissance? Let us know in the comments.
May we recommend?