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Remodelista Reconnaissance: A Bright Brazilian Chair in a Minimal Escape

This week we took a tour of Casa Três: A Former Merchant’s Quarters in Portugal’s Algarve, now a guesthouse. “Beautiful,” one reader commented. “Would love to know where the white-metal frame chair with red fabric in the bedroom is from.”As is custom in this column, you asked, we answer. Here’s the scoop:The SightingAbove: The chair in question, a jolt of color in an otherwise muted, minimalist bedroom. Photograph via The Addresses.Above: A closeup. Photograph via The Addresses.The SourceAbove: The verdict? The chair is the iconic Paulistano chair, it’s a Brazilian riff on Bauhaus style, designed in 1957 by Paulo Mendes…


Lean in to Better Sleep with the Best Mattresses for Adjustable Beds

The 8 Best Mattresses for Adjustable Beds By clicking on the product links in this article, Mattress Advisor may receive a commission fee at no cost to you, the reader. Scouring the internet for the best mattress for an adjustable bed can feel like tilting at windmills, i.e., as if you’re taking on a hopeless task. Mere clicks away are an enormous selection of online beds, any number of which might seem right for you based on a brand’s bold claims about comfort and compatibility with an adjustable base. But how can you trust a bed-in-a-box you haven’t tested yourself?…


Summer’s Backdrop: Block-Printed Table and Bed Linens by Studio Ford

The linens I’ve been noting for summer dinner parties—and summer bedrooms? That would be Collection IV, the latest line of handmade textiles from Studio Ford, based in LA (and frequent collaborators with Commune). The collection is inspired by the tradition of overshot weaving; popular in the US at the turn of the 19th century, it’s easily recognized by its repeated geometric patterns, but Studio Ford’s take is made using the block printing techniques that sparked their own beginnings.Take a look at some of the subtly colorful, subtly patterned—and, often, reversible—quilts, tablecloths, and throws.Photography by Giulio Ghirardi.Above: The block-printed percale Toledo…


Kitchen of the Week: Minimalism Meets Grandeur at an Italian Villa Turned Hotel

In my dream summer scenario, I’d book a suite at Palazzo Daniele, a 150-year-old villa-turned-hotel, where rooms with soaring, vaulted ceilings and original frescoes are interspersed with courtyards and groves of orange trees.Join us for a look at two of the kitchens at Palazzo Daniele, one communal, the other private.Photography via Palazzo Daniele.Above: The striking villa is located in the town of Gagliano del Capo, just a few miles from the very tip of Italy.Above: The Suite Apartment, one of several available for rent, features a private kitchen. Tiled countertops lend plenty of cook space, with skirted storage below.Above: The kitchen…


10 Easy Pieces: Drop In Bathtubs

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How to Build a DIY Deck Lounger

Recently, my husband and I realized our dream of putting in a swimming pool, which we surrounded with a composite deck. And since we ended up with lengths of leftover decking, I saw an opportunity to put them to use by building a pair of lounge chairs. The design I came up with has backrests that fold down flat, angled legs for a modern look, and a long, slatted seat so we can put up our feet while watching the kids. The composite material does make the chairs quite heavy, but with corrosion-resistant fasteners and polyurethane glue holding the parts…

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