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Autumn Sale: Design-Worthy Lighting, Furniture, and More from Lightology

Autumn is both a practical and a fitting time to be thoughtful about lighting. It’s the season of darker, shorter days; of reading nooks and redoing the home office, taking on projects and cooking hearty meals—all of which require a reliable source of light. Plus, a considered, design-worthy fixture can make a statement in its own right, even when it’s off. Which is why Lightology’s Semi-Annual Sale couldn’t come at a better time: Starting October 1, the company is offering up to 25 percent off their lighting—from task lamps and table lamps to wall sconces and pendants—as well as furniture…


Trend Alert: Stitched Patchwork Cloths as Window Coverings

Noticed recently: tone-on-tone cloths patched together in subtle, often perfectly imperfect windowpane patterns. We’ve spotted them in projects from the likes of Mjölk, Tamar Barnoon, and Serena Mitnik Miller and by designers from LA to Copenhagen, though credit for their provenance lies in the Korean tradition of pojagi (or bojagi). According to Cooper Hewitt: “Bojagi cloths were essential elements of Korean households since the very beginning of the Joseon Dynasty in the late fourteenth century up until the 1950s”; artfully stitched together from scraps of cloth and used to wrap gifts, carry objects, or cover food, “these multipurpose textiles combined…

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