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Out Today: Our New Book, Remodelista in Maine

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Out Today: Our New Book, Remodelista in Maine

May 24, 2022
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Above: Photograph by Justine Hand for Remodelista.

Two and a half years in the making, our new book, Remodelista in Maine: A Design Lover’s Guide to Inspired, Down-to-Earth Style, is officially out today from Artisan Books.

Anyone who’s ever been to Maine for a summer weekend—or returned over a lifetime—can testify to the pull that this place has, from its wild, rocky coast to its lighthouses (and lobster) and dark pine forests. But Maine is also something of a design haven, a place where makers, artists, and writers have always gone to live creatively and to make by hand. Those who call Maine home live resourcefully and in tandem with the landscape, the seasons, and the tides. The result? Rugged, inherently eco-friendly, evocative homes; practical (and artful) handmade wares; and—now more than ever—a slew of design-forward places to eat, stay, and see all across the state.

In the book you’ll find in-depth tours of 10 Maine cottages, farmhouses, off-grid escapes, and modern homesteads, with original photography by Greta Rybus and all the details about what makes each house work; easily adoptable tips from Maine shopkeepers, designers, and chefs; simple DIY projects to do in every season; and dozens of design lessons to borrow from Maine, no matter where you live. Plus, our mini travel guides if you’re planning a trip.

a glimpse of one of the house tours in the book: an off grid summer escape on a 10
Above: A glimpse of one of the house tours in the book: an off-grid summer escape on an island off the Maine coast. Photograph by Greta Rybus from Remodelista in Maine.

What people are saying:

“[A] perfect gem of a book. It’s the perfect size for carrying around. . . . Seriously just so, so good.” —Lisa Przystup, author of Upstate, via Instagram

Remodelista in Maine captivates, from poetically resourceful homes to DIY projects by Maine creatives.”  —Decor Maine

“Celebrates laid-back Vacationland Style. . . . [The] uber-Mainey DIY projects – pressed-seaweed prints, mussel-shell votives – are utterly charming.” —Maine Homes by DownEast

“I want to live in this book.” —Aran Goyoaga, author of Cannelle et Vanille, via Instagram

To order:

Remodelista in Maine is available everywhere books are sold, including:

US: Signed copies are exclusively available via Print: A Bookstore in Portland, Maine; to order a signed copy, click here.

The book is also available via AmazonBarnes & NobleBooks-a-MillionBookshopBriar Patch BooksDevaney Doak & Garrett BooksellersLongfellow BooksNonesuch BooksPrint: A Bookstore, or Sherman’s. To find your closest local bookstore, visit IndieBound.

Canada: Amazon Canada and Indigo

UK: Amazon UK and Waterstones

Australia: Booktopia

Elsewhere: Book Depository

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