Ahead this weekend: natural dyeing, a ceramics residency, bright sink skirts, and more. Plus, our new Remodelista subscription is live! Click here for ways to join us.
- This just in from Margot: “I’m admiring the intricate biscuit art of Elle Hawkins, inspired by historic textiles (and as seen in The Washington Post).”
- We’re noting the newly launched Ceramics Artist Residency program by Saint Heron (the creative agency founded by Solange Knowles). The program fosters Black and Brown women practicing ceramic art and launches this month with four residents: Lalese Stamps, Armina Howada Mussa, Dina Nur Satti, and Kenya Cree. Wares by each artist will be available via Saint Heron’s Small Matter shop; stay tuned.
- To pre-order: Natural Dyeing, the new book by Dublin-based Kathryn Davey. (See more of Kathryn’s work in Dyed in Dublin and Warm Socks for Winter.)
- We’re eyeing this series of workshops in oil painting, quilting, darning, and more, hosted by Berdoulat.
- 9 best practices for sustainable houseplants.
- Weekend upgrade: an eclectic sink skirt.
- A wool throw made for sharing (from a favorite Nordic brand).
- And we’ve launched a new column: Remodelista Reconnaissance, in which we sleuth out the source of a particular fixture, fitting, or design detail. Have something you’re wondering about in one of our posts? Let us know in the comments.