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 Duane Road, New York, NY, from November Twelfth-18th.
- Fan has been admiring ceramicist and author Raina Lee’s transformed treehouse behind her house, now a gallery for her work; take a tour and watch the brief movie by way of Faculty Department.
- Final week we featured a 1640s Georgian house in the UK; this week, the walled garden behind it.
- A tiny, everyday reusable upgrade.
Could we suggest: