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The 2021 Remodelista Guide to Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sales

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us here at Remodelista. Ahead, we’ve rounded up the best sales and discounts going on this week and weekend, online and in person, at some of our favorite shops and small makers. Above: Going on at Hawkins New York: Take 20 percent off Friday, November 26th through Monday, November 29th with code BESTWEEKEND. Shown is their Simple Linen Duvet in autumnal “bronze” ($328 before discount). From now through Monday, the Goodee Hoodie, designed in collaboration with ethical clothing brand Kotn, will be 30 percent off at ethical design shop Goodee. Plus, keep an eye out:…


10 Easy Pieces: Simple White Sheets

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How to Sharpen an Axe

Axe sharpening is somewhat of a lost art, but learning to sharpen an axe can be a worthwhile skill. The lumberjacks of old would spend their lunch breaks sharpening their axes because they knew they could work faster, more efficiently, and with less effort if their edges were sharp. The same applies to the work done around a property or job site. Sharp is always good, and with a bit of practice, you’ll be able to repair and sharpen any axe or hatchet bit (the blade of an axe) in no time. How Sharp Should an Axe Be? First, understand…


Steal This Look: A Wood-Paneled Camp Kitchen in Los Angeles

Earlier this month, we featured a fully off-the-grid cabin in the Angeles National Forest renovated by Los Angeles design firm Commune. Clad in cedar, solid white oak, and concrete floors, the project is one of the most refined cabins we’ve seen yet. The small camp-style kitchen includes a plethora of design elements to co-opt, beyond the special details such as finger joinery cabinets and limewashed walls. Here we extract a few of our most favorite details with sources to match. Above: Custom cabinetry sets the stage for elegant kitchenwares from British style enamelware to Japanese brass and Korean quilted textiles.…


The House on Dolphin Street: A Remodeling Tale of Heartbreak and High Style

Artist/illustrator Russell Loughlan is a serial house remodeler who labels his latest project “a total impulse buy.” Located on Dolphin Street in the seaside town of Deal, in Kent, England, the 1768 Georgian row house had been untouched since the 1960s. And to see his fixer-upper now, you can understand why he fell for it. But what began as a cosmetic passion project devolved: this is a tale of hidden rot, rebuilding, and blown budgets, plus a divorce along the way. “The moment I viewed it, I just knew I had to have it,” Russell tells us. “It broke me…

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