This week we announced our new book, Remodelista: The Low-Impact Home: A Sourcebook for Stylish, Eco-Conscious Living, arriving in bookstores September 13 and available for pre-order now. Take a look inside (and get pre-order info) here. And in other design news this weekend:
- Going on today and tomorrow (July 30 and 31): Phoenicia Flea at Hasbrouck House in upstate NY. Stop in: 11 a.m.-5 p.m., 3805 Main Street, Stone Ridge, NY.
- The design-forward, newly opened Washington Baths in Portland, Maine, is hosting a pop-up “fake restaurant” and tonight (July 30) is the last night. Take a look at the impromptu-chic setup here and stop in 5-9 p.m. if you’re in the area.
- Ceramicist Frances Palmer is popping up at North Haven Gallery from July 31-August 6, with an opening reception on August 1—and we’re admiring her summery blue-and-white line. More info here.
- Ravenhill Studio is hosting their first-ever studio sale; keep an eye out here or join their email list for details.
- Norm Architects designs a serene forest retreat in Sweden.
- This just in: UK Designer Hollie Bowden opens The Gallery in London.
- And a summer dinner party outside a Paris restaurant in the Marché des Enfants Rouges.
- Yes, now’s the time to plan your fall garden.
- And worth revisiting: 8 hacks for staying cool without AC.