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Blue Streak: An Inventive, Postage Stamp-Sized Flat in the Center of Paris

Blue Streak: An Inventive, Postage Stamp-Sized Flat in the Center of Paris

French interior designer Marianne Evennou has a knack for color. Even for those of us on the Remodelista team for whom grey feels like a bold choice, Evennou has a way of making color look effortless: pairing rusts with pale greens, layering rooms.. Read More →

10 Easy Pieces: Storage Benches

10 Easy Pieces: Storage Benches

A storage bench is a true problem solver. It can be used in the entryway, at the foot of the bed, as a side table or credenza, or as a catch-all for kids’ toys and gear. Here are our 10 favorites. Above: Designed by Sean Yoo for Desi.. Read More →

Lundies House: A Historical Manse Converted Into a Hygge-Ready Scandi-Scot Guesthouse

Lundies House: A Historical Manse Converted Into a Hygge-Ready Scandi-Scot Guesthouse

Wildland Limited was founded in 2007 by Danish conservationist and businessman Anders Holch Povlsen and his wife, Anne, to help protect the rugged beauty of the Scottish Highlands. Since then, they’ve scooped up breathtaking property after prope.. Read More →

LA Stories: A Rudolph Schindler Apartment in Silver Lake, Lovingly Restored (and Now Ready for Stays)

LA Stories: A Rudolph Schindler Apartment in Silver Lake, Lovingly Restored (and Now Ready for Stays)

Here’s a story of a home that’s truly a labor of love. Manola Court (also known as the Sachs Apartments) is a 16-unit residence  designed by one of the forefathers of Modern architecture, R.M. Schindler. In 2013, it was purchased by Paul .. Read More →

Indoor/Outdoor Living, Brooklyn-Style

Indoor/Outdoor Living, Brooklyn-Style

The Scenario: A young family of three–Allison Freedman Weisberg, executive director of Recess, a nonprofit experimental art space, and Peter Barker-Huelster, a legal services attorney–buy a dilapidated house in Brooklyn’s Fort Greene and sum.. Read More →

Churncraft: The Classic Butter Churn Updated

Churncraft: The Classic Butter Churn Updated

Not long ago I went to a dinner party where one of the guests brought a ramekin of lovely hand-churned butter as an offering (she made it the low-tech way: filling a mason jar with heavy cream and shaking it). So I was interested to discover Churn.. Read More →

Before/After: A Space-Enhancing Historic House Remodel in Melbourne

Before/After: A Space-Enhancing Historic House Remodel in Melbourne

Carole Whiting spent 20 years producing television commercials while moonlighting as her architect husband’s design sidekick. Eight years ago, she finally signed on full time with his firm. Several design awards, a white-hot laundry room—and a.. Read More →

5 Clever, Efficient Ideas to Steal from a Cookbook Author’s Home Kitchen

5 Clever, Efficient Ideas to Steal from a Cookbook Author’s Home Kitchen

When it comes to efficient kitchen design, food magazines would have us believe that professional kitchens are the place to look for ideas. But the restaurant kitchen can be too antiseptic, too assembly-line for at-home cooks. Consider, instead, t.. Read More →

Steal This Look: A New York Kitchen with Old World Charm

Steal This Look: A New York Kitchen with Old World Charm

Tara Mangini and Percy Bright are masters of the old-as-new look. The near-celebrity designers of Jersey Ice Cream Co. are known for moving in to a space while they transform it, integrating antiques and vintage whenever they can, and retaining th.. Read More →

Kitchen of the Week: A Communal Kitchen/Library at the Jennings Hotel

Kitchen of the Week: A Communal Kitchen/Library at the Jennings Hotel

Previously we featured the five-room, Kickstarter-funded Jennings Hotel (see Labor of Love: The Jennings Hotel in Joseph, Oregon). Today we take a closer look at its communal kitchen and library, jointly designed by Matt Pierce of Wood & Faulk an.. Read More →

Second Time’s the Charm: ‘A Renovation of a Renovation’ in a Brooklyn Duplex

Second Time’s the Charm: ‘A Renovation of a Renovation’ in a Brooklyn Duplex

If you’ve ever gone house-hunting, you’re probably familiar with that feeling of ambivalence when confronted with a middling renovation by a developer. On the one hand, everything’s shiny and new and there’s no danger of finding a creepy d.. Read More →

Architects’ 8 Favorite Cool-Toned Neutral Paints

Architects’ 8 Favorite Cool-Toned Neutral Paints

Among the finer points when it comes to choosing a paint: whether it has warm or cool undertones (which can have a surprisingly big effect on a room, adding an extra complication when it comes to choosing a shade). Luckily, we have a panel of pain.. Read More →

Steal This Look: A Spa-Like Sanctuary in LA

Steal This Look: A Spa-Like Sanctuary in LA

What makes a perfect bathroom? In my mind, it looks like this one, in the former LA home of designer Pamela Shamshiri. (The house sold to new owners this past summer). Spa-like but cozy, simple but sophisticated, it’s anchored by a hinoki soakin.. Read More →

Plot Twist: An 1899 Brooklyn Brownstone Re-Staged by a Designer on the Rise

Plot Twist: An 1899 Brooklyn Brownstone Re-Staged by a Designer on the Rise

Nick Spain is not an interior designer by training, strictly speaking. But—following his studies in theater and set design, his work designing gardens, and his innate sense of how to create spaces that immerse and captivate their occupants—Spa.. Read More →

Washington State Four Square: The Client Got Hired by Her Designer Thanks to this Project

Washington State Four Square: The Client Got Hired by Her Designer Thanks to this Project

Hillary and Jim Straatman weren’t planning to move—nor was Hillary looking for a career change. Three years ago, she was a cardiac nurse on leave with two young daughters when a real estate broker mentioned a well-preserved four square newly o.. Read More →

5 Favorites: Bed Linens in Shades of Olive

5 Favorites: Bed Linens in Shades of Olive

Meet the new neutral. Lately we’ve been noting bedding in subtle shades of olive green. Here are a few of our favorites. Above: The 100 Percent Linen Duvet Set in Moss from Australian company In Bed (in collaboration with We Are Trii.. Read More →

Italian Spring: A Villa in the Puglia Countryside, with Rooms for Let

Italian Spring: A Villa in the Puglia Countryside, with Rooms for Let

For us, nowhere has more exemplified the ideal rustic-chic Italian getaway than Masseria Moroseta. For the past three years, since we first covered it, we’ve pored over the whitewashed rooms, designed by architect Andrew Trotter, on a working ol.. Read More →

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