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Table of Contents: Cabin Fever

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Table of Contents: Cabin Fever

February 29, 2016

Come warm by the fire. All this week we’ll be presenting rustic retreats, plus the latest accoutrements for the cabin and beyond.

Remodelista Issue Cabin Fever Volume 10 Issue 9

  • Today’s Architect Visit brings us to a tiny hut with a view (and a sauna) on the edge of a wood.
  • Favorite London brasserie and watering hole B&H has just opened a cooking school, and its classroom was created using Plain English’s affordable British Standard line. Christine leads the Kitchen tour.
  • Calling all New York (and vicinity) readers. We’re gearing up to host the first Remodelista Market of 2016: March 12-13 in NYC at Canvas Home. Forty-eight of our favorite East Coast designer-artisans will be offering their wares, including Malfatti Glass, Wednesday’s Market Spotlight.
  • It’s a retreat center that morphs into a family hostel in the warm months. Watch for Thursday’s Hotels & Lodging post.
  • In our Cookware department, Julie presents a Seattle duo’s handmade blue steel pans and ironware, pot racks included.
  • This cabin bedroom is hidden on a rooftop in New York, where it serves as a waiting area/lounge. Watch for Friday’s Restaurant Visit.

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