Summer and cottage are two of our favorite words, especially when they're linked. This week we're celebrating warm-weather hideaways of all sorts—plus camp furniture, a tiny kitchen with wine-crate drawers, and other inspirations for the vacation retreat. Also watch for our daily posts profiling the winners of the Remodelista Considered Design Awards.
Above: Photograph of Ilse Crawford's High Road House hotel, in London, from Remodeling 101: How Shaker Peg Saved My Summer Sanity.
Above: In today's Furniture post, Sarah presents folding designs for stylish nomads, courtesy of a Japanese camping company.
Above: Last week Christine showed us a British Standard Kitchen in a Shepherd's Hut. In Tuesday's Hotels & Lodging post, she leads the way to a shepherd's hut in Somerset, England, that functions as a B&B and camping alternative.
Above: Put time in your hands: In Wednesday's DIY Project, learn how to make a wall clock.
Above: A new fashion showroom in Los Angeles—with a tea room—takes inspiration from Irish country houses. Watch for Thursday's The Designer Is In.
Above: In Shopper's Diary, Sarah drops in on Renee Holguin, proprietor of an LA store with a cult following and an appealing mission: It's all about vacation-style living year-round.
Wondering what's going on this week at Gardenista? Check out the Table of Contents there, as well.