Current Obsessions: Spring Happenings – Remodelista
Of note this weekend: a wax-flower workshop in London, free admission to the Judd Foundation, California pop-ups, and more. Read on:
Londoners, Museum of the Home’s Yard Sale is going on today from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with finds on offer from designers and makers and events, too. All proceeds benefit Londoners experiencing homelessness. We’re particularly noting the “wax ikebana” workshop with Lola Lely, co-founder of The Wax Atelier, and The New Craftsmen, making ethereal faux flowers from wax scraps. For tickets, sign-ups, and info on all of the event offerings, head here.
Admission to the Judd Foundation in both New York and Marfa is free March 18–20 to celebrate their newly expanded guide on the Bloomberg Connects app. To book in New York, head here; for Marfa, book here. (Can’t go in person? Download the guide for short films and archival audio of Judd at work.)
New and notable: Backdrop’s first collection of wall coverings.
And the return of Arne Jacobsen’s Egg Table.
Bloomist is offering 35 percent off through tomorrow, March 13; use code ONTHEMOVE at checkout.
Popping up this weekend at Blunk Space in Point Reyes Station, CA: ceramics by Zoe Dering and wine from Preston Farm and Winery. Stop in.
5 new fragrances from Santa Maria Novella.
Howe’s Ripstop fabric is now woven from yarns spun from cotton offcuts and recycled plastic bottles. Also on offer? Their Burnley Overdye Ticking Fabric in four new colorways. Browse the new offerings here.
Colorful storage lockers for all over the house.
The careful restoration of a British walled garden (the story so far …)