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10 Easy Pieces: Designer Toilets

10 Easy Pieces: Designer Toilets

A great deal of thought has gone into designing the commode. Its form and function has evolved such that toilets now have the attention of architects and industrial designers, who whittle its shape and round its corners as if it were a building, a.. Read More →

In the Nude: Textural, Stripped-Back Interiors at a Natural Wine Bar in Paris

In the Nude: Textural, Stripped-Back Interiors at a Natural Wine Bar in Paris

So often, looking at restaurants and hotels to write about, I feel like they could be anywhere—there’s nothing personable or intimate about them at all. Which is why, when I’m in another city, or even in my own, I love discovering the magic .. Read More →

A Rising-Star Architect Casts Her Own Brooklyn Townhouse in Pinks, Greens, and Grays

A Rising-Star Architect Casts Her Own Brooklyn Townhouse in Pinks, Greens, and Grays

What happens when two young architects get to be own clients? Budget constraints are, of course, a given–so things like learning how to hang wallpaper come into play. So does treating the house as a treasure hunt, and finding out what’s hiding.. Read More →

Steal This Look: A Moody West Marin Table Setting

Steal This Look: A Moody West Marin Table Setting

We’ve posted before about West Marin restaurant Sir and Star, located in the old Olema Inn. The roadhouse-style restaurant inspired us to sleuth out the key ingredients of its stripped down, Shaker-like look (taxidermy included). For more source.. Read More →

Domestic Science: Artisanal Home Goods from Fattobene in Italy, Now Available Stateside

Domestic Science: Artisanal Home Goods from Fattobene in Italy, Now Available Stateside

Fattobene (Italian for “well-made”) is an online shop dedicated to championing classic Italian household goods—little treasures from traditional handkerchiefs used to wrap bread to shaving brushes made of boar bristles. The platform’s foun.. Read More →

Antsy Plum: An Architect Revives a Forgotten 1960s Hillside Beauty

Antsy Plum: An Architect Revives a Forgotten 1960s Hillside Beauty

I recently came across this midcentury weekend home owned and remodeled by architect Sandra Coppin on The Modern House, and when I couldn’t stop thinking about it, I knew that I had found my next home tour. What captivated me? First, there.. Read More →

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 →

California Style, Epitomized: An Airy Lakeside House Redone by Jenni Kayne

California Style, Epitomized: An Airy Lakeside House Redone by Jenni Kayne

When it comes to laid-back, California-cool design, Jenni Kayne is the undisputed It girl. So when Fan spotted, on Instagram, a white-washed cabin on the shores of California’s Lake Arrowhead that was recently re-done by Jenni and her team, we t.. Read More →

Kitchen of the Week: A Japanese-Inspired Kitchen from Otomoto, a New UK Venture

Kitchen of the Week: A Japanese-Inspired Kitchen from Otomoto, a New UK Venture

New from UK-based artist Ryan Gander and creative director Tony Chambers (the former editor of Wallpaper), the Otomoto kitchen sink system is “inspired by compact, space-saving kitchen units often seen in Japan,” as the founders say. ‘The s.. Read More →

Shipshape and Refreshed: A Considered Renovation of an 1898 Cabin on Maury Island

Shipshape and Refreshed: A Considered Renovation of an 1898 Cabin on Maury Island

Maury Island, in Washington’s Puget Sound, is small. You’ve likely never heard of it before, but you may have heard of its larger neighbor, Vashon Island, to which it’s connected via an isthmus built by local homeowners in 1913. (Before then.. Read More →

A Renovated Farmhouse in Bedford, NY, with Scandinavian Influences

A Renovated Farmhouse in Bedford, NY, with Scandinavian Influences

In Bedford, New York, architect Rafe Churchill transforms a small farmhouse, owned by the same family for 30 years, into a modern weekend house with a subtle dash of Scandinaivan style. Over the years, parts of the house had been renovated to a.. Read More →

La Vie en Rose: Inside a Costumier’s Dreamlike, DIY Maison in France

La Vie en Rose: Inside a Costumier’s Dreamlike, DIY Maison in France

How would a French costumier style her own stately country house? With quiet, rosy hues, cinematic hints of silver, and linens she sews herself. For months we’ve been following French stylist and costumier Céline Sathal on Instagram as she .. Read More →

Mark Lewis’s Neo-Victorian London: The Designer’s Inspired Reinvention of His Family’s Own Quarters

Mark Lewis’s Neo-Victorian London: The Designer’s Inspired Reinvention of His Family’s Own Quarters

Back when we first met Mark Lewis, he had recently left a career as a set and costume designer to open his North London interiors firm. That was several years ago and since then we’ve avidly followed his many adventures, from inventing a histori.. Read More →