This week the Remodelista editors took a tour of a traditional cookspace in London, a minimal longhouse on a Danish island, and a clean-lined-meets-antiques retreat in upstate New York. Listed here are just a few extra issues we had been emailing to one another this week:
- Villa Lena, which we featured manner again in 2014 (see A New Creative Hub (and Hotel) in Tuscany) is re-opening for one week solely to ring within the New Yr, that includes a “gastronomic feast” and walks within the Italian countryside; extra data here.
- Simply in time for our growing wanderlust: Atlas Obscura’s first travel app, for locating the world’s hidden spots from house.
- Paint corporations have introduced their colours of the 12 months for 2022, they usually’re all the same subtle hue.
- Copenhagen-based design firm Frama is launching its first-ever set up within the US, “Utilitarian Living,” with furnishings, house objects, and apothecary items, plus new and unique items. It’ll be on view at 180 The Retailer, 180