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30 April 2022
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30 April 2022

Current Obsessions: Golden Hour – Remodelista


Ahead as April turns to May: an upstate maker’s market, a botanical exhibition in London, and more. Read on:

a sunny ceiling in casa josephine: a design couple’s country house and b 9
Above: A sunny ceiling in Casa Josephine: A Design Couple’s Country House and B&B in Rioja, Spain. Photograph by Iñigo Aragon.
  • New Yorkers: Stop into Guild & Grange, a three-day marketplace featuring artisans at the John Jay Homestead in Katonah, New York, plus workshops on beekeeping, wine-making, gardening, and more. Head to Guilt & Grange tfor tickets.
  • For sale: what just might be the earliest documented piece of furniture from America, once owned “by a badass, famous and successful woman.”
  • We’re admiring Plant Explorations, The New Craftsmen’s upcoming exhibition as part of London Craft Week, featuring works by modern makers inspired by the botany archives at Kew Gardens; details here.
  • English charity shop Oxfam has teamed up with designer of the moment Matilda Goad to promote shopping secondhand; among her favorite things to source? Silverware, lamps (“learn to look past the shades”), vases, and frames. Browse Oxfam’s online shop here.
  • We’re intrigued, also, by BuzziSpace, Belgian makers of sound-absorbing lighting and furniture who believe that “acoustics should be part of the design process.”
  • A bright Barbara Bestor-designed farmhouse in Vermont for a California couple, via T.
  • Object of desire (for the garden): The Life Chair.
  • Time to rethink topiaries?
  • And 5 clever ways to camouflage the washer/dryer.


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