Ahead this weekend: how to recycle household linens, the secrets of beekeeping, and unusual botanical wallpaper. Read on:
Our new book, Remodelista in Maine: A Design Lover’s Guide to Inspired, Down-to-Earth Style, comes out next month from Artisan Books. It’s available for pre-order now from Amazon, Print: A Bookstore, and elsewhere; head here for more info.
“Currently admiring Dumais Made’s new ceramic lamps, string shades, and expanded Connecticut studio,” reports Margot. “They’re having a studio sale starting May 6.”
A while back we profiled the before and after of Yi-Mei Truxes’ DIY cabin upstate, redone during quarantine; she recently emailed us to let us know about the opening of her new brick and mortar Bembien shop at Rockefeller Center, which she and her sister-in-law, a designer, transformed from a dated Godiva store.
Candy-colored faucets by Barber & Osgerby.
And a new sofa from Remodelista favorite Rose Uniacke.
Would you paper a room in botanical and cannabis wallpaper?
We fell for In Casa by Paboy’s ruffled cushions over a year ago; now, Paboy has launched a crowdfunding campaign to save his business. Here’s how to support his venture.
Portland, Maine-based Ember—incl. Campfire Pottery and Mulxiply—is hosting a sample sale today, Saturday, April 23, from 12-5 p.m. in the parking lot of Ember at 5 South Street. Stop in.
Design-forward furnishings, available for rent.
And we’re curious about ReTold: a simple way to recycle household textiles and linens via mail.
7 artful storage tricks to borrow from a star chef’s low-cost kitchen.