From a favorite New York holiday pop-up to a historic Paris flat, now available to visit, here are 15 things to know about this weekend.
- Julie is awaiting the opening of a new shop in Brooklyn, specializing in vintage cookbooks.
- Now open to the public: Le Corbusier’s own Paris flat. (Here’s how to visit.)
- What happens when a direct-to-consumer furniture company partners with an old-school American favorite?
- Making its debut November 18: Beautiful & Useful, London’s latest craft fair.
- Today at Alder East in Germantown, NY: a trunk show with Mckenzie Raley of intimates company Land of Women.
- And opening today: Il Buco Vita‘s annual holiday pop-up shop—one of our favorites—at 57 Great Jones Street in Manhattan. (There will be sparkling wine.)
- In LA? Shop Sheldon Ceramics’ offerings in person at their pop-up in the Arts District. Details here.
- A reason to get your holiday shopping done early: Boston General Store is offering 10 percent off all November long with code “holidayseason”.
- A year ago we admired these splatter-painted plates by a Pittsburgh maker; save the date for his open house: Monday, November 26 at 132 Windswept Drive, Latrobe, PA, from 2-6 p.m.
- Want to join the Ikea Bootcamp? Startups, apply now through December 31.
- Shazam for paint colors.
- A new source for old-fashioned Edison bulbs.
- The celestial Advent calendar.
- Tool porn, now on Gardenista.
- Plus: Is this Ikea’s best new budget find?
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