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Adrienne Totoro’s Brooklyn Brownstone Artfully Updated by Bangia Agostinho
At Remodelista we love acting as a design dating service. Here’s a recent NYC example: “We found Anshu and Bill during the depths of Covid through a Remodelista post,” Adrienne…
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How to Decorate without Spending Money
9 (totally doable) ideas for no cost decorating when you want to refresh / redecorate a space but don’t want to spend any money. One of the easiest ways to…
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15 Plant decor ideas for a minimal effect with indoor house plants
Facebook X Pinterest Email Save House plants are a popular addition to home decor for a wide variety of reasons. An indoor plant in an office space can help promote…
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Steal This Look: A Warm Gray Artistic Retreat in Somerset
At the Curator’s Apartment, a holiday rental in Bath, England, creator Tina Liu mixes statement furniture, both old and new, with art objects and earthy tones. We like the look…
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Beige living room walls paired with a beige-tone gallery wall
Facebook X Pinterest Email Save This apartment for sale in Sweden (styled by Emma Fisher and Annica Clarmell, photographed by Jens Eliasson for Bjurfors) has a warm and cozy look…
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Patricia Larsen’s Bohemian Remodel in Mineral de Pozos, Mexico, Built from Recycled Materials
Artist Patricia Larsen picks up and moves just about every six years. “I have a really restless spirit and I’m quite fearless,” she tells us. Plus, she likes a project.…
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19 L-shaped kitchen ideas for a kitchen layout with lots of countertop space
Facebook X Pinterest Email Save L-shaped kitchen layouts are an excellent way to gain extra countertop space for hassle-free cooking and baking. This classic design is a popular choice when…
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A Handcrafted Apartment in Mexico City By L’Aviva Home
Laura Aviva collaborates with artisan workshops in Latin America to create L’Aviva Home’s lighting, textiles, and furniture. She approaches traditional craft as a springboard for sophisticated, entirely new designs, and…
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A blue kitchen and a blue bedroom wardrobe in a historic Swedish flat
Facebook X Pinterest Email Save This beautiful turn-of-the-century apartment for sale in Sweden (styled by Emma Fischer and Annica Clarmell, photographed by Walti Höstli for Entrance Makleri) has a large…
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Kitchen of the Week: A Waste-Conscious Remodel for a Ceramic Tile Designer
Here’s a kitchen that thoughtfully references the period and place the home was built (sometime in the 19th century, in London), yet feels thoroughly modern. It belongs to ceramic tile…
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42 DIY Mother’s Day Gifts That Don’t Suck
DIY Mother’s Day gifts for every skill level and budget. If you’re looking for a last minute Mother’s Day gift, I have an idea…What if you make one, instead of…
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Standout Ikea Hack Kitchen by Hølte of London, Tiled Pantry Included
The clock was ticking. Lena de Casparis and Scott O’Donnell had six months to overhaul their terrace house fixer-upper in East London. “We could only afford to rent somewhere for…
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Vintage Housewares for Sale at 16 Top Design Shops
Secondhand takes priority around here: keeping goods in circulation and reusing them is the ideal way to recycle. That’s but one of their selling points. Old things are  better made…
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10 Easy Pieces: 36-Inch Induction Cooktops
In 2022 we made a case for switching to induction cooking. Improvements on kitchen safety, indoor air quality (no more benzene or methane emissions), and energy efficiency are motivating factors,…
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Expert Advice: How to Rid Your Home of Indoor Air Pollution
I recommend nonpolluting AFM Safecoat. I buy it untinted. You can take the base to a paint store of your choice and mix in a tint for the desired color.…
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A green living kitchen and green bedroom wallpaper
Facebook X Pinterest Email Save This apartment for sale in Sweden (Styled by Åsa Copparstad, photographed by Frederic Boukari for Historiska Hem) has a beautiful open-plan living kitchen that is…
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Trend Alert: Brick Floors, Interiors Edition
In the flooring section of our book, Remodelista: The Low-Impact Home, we advise: “Just say no to the synthetic stuff,” and stick to natural materials like hardwood, ceramic tiles, linoleum,…
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15 behind stove backsplash ideas to create a unique focal point
Facebook X Pinterest Email Save Kitchen backsplashes are a relatively small element of your kitchen that can create a big impact. Most often seen behind sinks to protect against water…
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Steal This Look: The Low-Impact Kitchen
The cover of our newest book, Remodelista: The Low-Impact Home, features the kitchen of architects Ruth Mandl and Bobby Johnston of CO Adaptive. Their firm specializes in retrofitting existing buildings…
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Color Theory: The Best Paint Colors for Every Room in the House
Ahead, a post published in partnership with Realtor.com: We all get in a mood sometimes. And sometimes what causes us to feel “grrr” or “ahhh” can partly depend on what color…
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Forward-Thinking Architecture: A Flood-Proof Basement Flat in North London
A basement flat in Tufnell Park of north London had been vacated for some time due to flash flood damage in the floors and walls. The new owner, a journalist…
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Quick Takes With: Byron and Dexter Peart
The work of twin brothers Dexter and Byron Peart first caught our eye in 2019, when they pivoted from their cult-favorite brand WANT Les Essentiels to start something new: Goodee,…
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Current Obsessions: Hit Refresh – Remodelista
× Sorry! As a registered member you get 10 free posts from our archive (posts more than a year old) every 30 days. You have reached your limit for this…
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8 Tips for Effortless Entertaining in a Small Apartment
For Rebekah Peppler, entertaining isn’t a special-occasion endeavor. The Paris-based food and drinks writer, whose new South-of-France-focused book, Le Sud, is out on April 23, frequently hosts dinner parties at the…
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SASA Works Sustainable Retreat Outbuilding Studio and Office in Cornwall
We’ve long admired the artful approach of SASA Works, a workshop-based architecture practice out of London’s Hackney neighborhood headed by polymath Craig Bamford and artist Isik Sayarer. Bamford, whose background…
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High/Low: Modern Tiered Suspension Pendant Light
We’re longtime fans of the dramatic Floatation Suspension light, designed by lighting master Ingo Maurer in 1980. So we took note when we spotted an eerily similar interpretation at West…
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24 Cute + Stylish Reusable and Eco Friendly Products
Super cute eco friendly products to replace single use plastics and more. If you follow along on my Instagram stories, you may know that I’ve been making some changes to…
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A 1951 Brussels Kitchen by Willy Van der Meeren Masterfully Updated
“It was a coup de foudre, love at first sight,” says Francis Strobbe by way of explaining how he and his wife, Idalie Vandamme, came to own a midcentury Brussels…
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Trend Alert: 7 Folding Screens in the Bedroom (Headboard Edition)
Noticed lately: folding screens as headboards. Here’s a look: Above: For the James Bradley Hotel in Bradley Beach, NJ, designer Sebastian Zuchowicki commissioned folding headboards in the bedrooms. Above: For…
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10 Easy Pieces: Colorful Bathroom Sinks
For a dose of color in the bath: A selection of characterful basins set the tone for a particular palette or stand out in contrast. Here are our 10 most…
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Simple But Genius: A Low-Commitment (and Free) Way to Switch Up the Bed
Sure, you can change up the look of your bed with new sheets or a duvet cover. But have you considered switching up the headboard (without investing in a new…
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Easy Bath Salts Recipe (Wedding Favors Idea)
Need an affordable wedding favor idea that your guests will enjoy? Or cute party favor ideas for a little kids ‘spa day’ themed bday party? Make a homemade bath salt…
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The Fish Trend Continues: 15 (More) Favorite Finds
Last fall we started noticing something strange: fish motifs appearing all over interiors, on ceramics and lamps and table linens, and in our favorite shops—subtly at first, and then everywhere…
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Steal This Look: A Moody Mid-Century/Japanese Mashup
A while back, Alexa wrote about a project by one of our favorite designers, New Zealander Katie Lockhart. What we especially admire about Katie is her deft touch when it…
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A unique home with a mint green kitchen and blue bedroom wainscoting
Facebook X Pinterest Email Save This beautiful apartment in Sweden (Styled by JosefssonLjung, photographed by Alen Cordic for Nya Kvadrat) has an open floor plan connecting the kitchen and living…
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A farmhouse kitchen in classic-style apartment
Facebook X Pinterest Email Save This high-end turn-of-the-century apartment in Sweden (Photographed by Alice Johansson for Alvhem) has a classic interior style that comes back in every single room. The…
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Two Design Store Owners Build a White Box House for Themselves and Their Cats
Akira Tani and Kim Hyunsook met in Paris. Both were in their twenties and had come to immerse themselves in the language and culture: Akira, who is Japanese, sold vintage…
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14 Eco Friendly Project Ideas to Help Reduce Your Waste
Eco friendly projects to celebrate Earth Day and beyond. Earth Day is around the corner (April 22nd). So, today I wanted to share a handful of eco friendly projects that…
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Quick Takes With: Cassandra Ellis
“Your home should be your storyteller—the weaver of the red thread and a marker of you and yours.” “The rolling hills are almost human in their falls and curves.“ “It’s…
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Current Obsessions: Clean Sweep – Remodelista
× Sorry! As a registered member you get 10 free posts from our archive (posts more than a year old) every 30 days. You have reached your limit for this…
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The Red Thread: A Thoughtfully Restored Townhouse in Charleston by Serious Buildings
We’ve been following the work of low-key design savant Helen Rice for more than a decade now (we first profiled her creative agency, Fuzzco, which she cofounded with Josh Nissenboim,…
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Object of Desire: An Easy-Lug Laundry Bag (Ideal for Apartment Dwellers)
Admired in a recent editorial meeting: a handy laundry bag from Steele Canvas, ideal for hanging from the back of a bathroom door, toting around the house, even lugging (as…
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