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Current Obsessions: Summer Essentials

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Current Obsessions: Summer Essentials

June 29, 2024

Ahead this weekend? A trunk show, a garage sale, and a hardy essential for the beach cottage (or anywhere). Read on…

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Above: Over on Gardenista: 10 Garden Ideas to Borrow from Silver Sands Motel in Greenport, NY. Stay tuned next week for our By the Sea issue.
  • Today in NYC: a trunk show of Gregory Parkinson blankets, table linens, and pillows. Details here.
  • “We’re having a little garage sale this Saturday at 297 Broome Street, NY,” writes chef Flynn McGarry on Instagram; stop in if you’re in town.
  • Just in from Studio Andrew Trotter: five new furniture pieces for Habitación 116 (designed during a residency at the former studio of Cuban designer Clara Porset in Mexico City).
  • A butter Le Corbusier.
  • Merci is offering to 50 percent off for a summer refresh; browse the selections here.
  • “We’ve followed Alder & Co. from Portland, OR, to Germantown, NY—and now we’re delighted to see it on the parlor floor of a historic house at 442 Warren St in Hudson,” reports Margot. (She stopped in herself last weekend.)
  • An influential mid-century industrial designer’s home and gardens on a former granite quarry.
  • And writes Fan, after a particular favorite trip: “I did what I usually pride myself on not doing when playing tourist: I left with a souvenir—a doormat woven from reclaimed lobster rope.” Here are her 10 picks for similar styles.
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