Uncategorized

20 Best Online Shops for Japanese Housewares Design

20 Best Online Shops for Japanese Housewares Design

When we launched Remodelista years ago, it was almost impossible to source the hauntingly beautiful housewares of Japan. Things have improved dramatically; here are our top 20 online sources for Japanese design (some have brick-and-mortar stores a.. Read More →

Rudy Jude: 12 Simple Ideas to Steal from a Mainer’s Thoughtful Shop in LA

Rudy Jude: 12 Simple Ideas to Steal from a Mainer’s Thoughtful Shop in LA

Since last summer, when we launched our first-ever Maine issue—since long before that, actually, before we first featured the sculptural house of a sculptor and a clothing designer on Spruce Head—we’ve had our eye on the state and the design.. Read More →

A Home at the Top of the World, San Francisco Edition

A Home at the Top of the World, San Francisco Edition

Not too long ago, Sarah and I found ourselves having tea with Susie Tompkins Buell, the Democratic fundraiser, Esprit cofounder, and wearer of deep crimson toenail varnish (I know because I once waited in line behind her at Tartine and admired the.. Read More →

A Stone Farmhouse in France Gets an Artful Update from a Paris Firm

A Stone Farmhouse in France Gets an Artful Update from a Paris Firm

The challenge: to convert an old farm dwelling in the Loire into a modern, light-filled summer home—with minimal intervention. French firm Septembre Architecture accomplished the brief by executing subtle and discrete interventions: major ove.. Read More →

Current Obsessions: Porch Camp

Current Obsessions: Porch Camp

Above: Architects Calvin Tsao and Zack McKown’s screened porch at their weekend place in Rhinebeck, NY. (For sourcing ideas, see Steal This Look: The Perfect Screened Porch) Photo by Richard Powers for Tsao & McKown. Architects. .. Read More →

Illustriations by Pascal Campion

Illustriations by Pascal Campion

Pascal Campion is a French-American Artist living in California. Inspired by his wife and kids, he created series of concept illustrations in a unique cute style. .. Read More →

The Rose: A Singular Seaside Inn on the English Coast, Color Edition

The Rose: A Singular Seaside Inn on the English Coast, Color Edition

The Rose is a just-opened, eight-bedroom seaside inn in East Kent, England. The owners—who all have holiday homes in the area—had their eye on the run-down High Street boozer for years before taking over the lease last summer. Since then they .. Read More →

The $15 DIY: The Hardware Store Clamp Light Improved

The $15 DIY: The Hardware Store Clamp Light Improved

With a minor tweak, a lamp from the hardware store is personalized—by way of color choice—and elevated. Easy, quick, and useful in every rooms, it’s the DIY every house needs. Photography by Alexa Hotz for Remodelista. Materials .. Read More →

What ICF Can Do For You

What ICF Can Do For You

Content supplied by ICF SouthernQuick to construct with high levels of performance and durability, insulating concrete formwork (ICF) has been gaining popularity in the UK for some time. Once the preserve of self-builders, it is now being adopted by .. Read More →

Ses Sucreres and Hevresac, Two Subtly Stylish Hotels in Menorca, Spain

Ses Sucreres and Hevresac, Two Subtly Stylish Hotels in Menorca, Spain

Last summer, our friends Jonathan Hokklo and Ashley Helvey were traveling around the Spanish island Menorca. Around that time, Ashley was sending me photos of sinks, mini refrigerators, and light fixtures at one of the hotels where they stayed cal.. Read More →

Barkly Basics: Monochrome Cleaning Supplies from Australia

Barkly Basics: Monochrome Cleaning Supplies from Australia

Favorite recent thank-you gift? A simple but glamorous black scouring sponge from Australia, sent to me by domestic doyenne Tricia Rose of Rough Linen. The sponge is from Barkly Basics, an Australian company founded by Natasha Malkov, a former.. Read More →

Broken Glass Jello #EasterSweetsWeek

Broken Glass Jello #EasterSweetsWeek

This post and recipe were created for #EasterSweetsWeek. I was sent samples by some of the sponsor companies but as always, opinions are 100% mine. Youll hear plenty of oohs and aahs when you serve this Broken Glass Jello. Its a fun and colorf.. Read More →

Something Old, Something New: The Evolution of a Beverly Hills Home

Something Old, Something New: The Evolution of a Beverly Hills Home

The most interesting houses tend to be in an eternal state of evolving. Such is the case with the Beverly Hills bungalow that film producer Carla moved into two decades ago. Previously, she had a small place in Laurel Canyon but longed for a midce.. Read More →

Search
Categories
Advertisement