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Duparquet Copper: Luxe Cookware from a Rhode Island Artisan

It all started with a flea market discovery in Burgundy, France, according to Jim Hamann of Duparquet, a Rhode Island-based maker of high-end, made-to-order copper cookware. The battered pot in question? An offcast from the three-star La Côte d’Or, presided over by famed chef Bernard Loiseau. He bought the pot, took it home, and set out to restore it to its former glory. Soon after, he started East Coast Tinning: “We refurbish copper pots and pans by retinning the cooking surface with the traditional hand-wiped method,” he says. “Any dents are repaired and the exterior copper is polished to a new shine.” His…

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8 Favorites: Artful Ceramic Nesting Bowls

Above: The hand-thrown Silverlake Nesting Bowl Set comes in four colors: serenity blue, classic white, satin black, and charcoal (pictured); $293 for a set of three bowls from Sheldon Ceramics. (Featured image shows the other colors available.) Above: Oven-to-table French Nesting Bowls by Poterie Digoin; $150 at Shed. Above: Julie Cloutier’s hand-thrown Nest of Four is all about texture. The inside is glazed in a speckled gloss white while the outside is unglazed and natural; $170 for a set. Above: Ceramicist Julie Hadley hand-makes and glazes each bowl herself. Her Wabi Sabi Nesting Bowls come in black and cream; $275…

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Garden Tour | An Artful Approach to Decorating

Or in this case, plants plus birdbaths, bowling balls, septic-tank parts, urns, fused-glass artwork, stone pavers, pottery, birdhouses, benches, stone walls, glass mosaics, vintage signs, chimney flues, and the occasional mirror, window frame, and fireplace screen.Shown: Woven into the landscape are, from left: a fused-glass birdbath on a metal base; a fused-glass “garden spirit”; a bench, pedestal, and planter brightened with mosaics; and a fountain covered with bits of dishes Doug grew up with. https://www.thisoldhouse.com/ideas/garden-tour-artful-approach-to-decorating

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Object of Desire: New Summery Table Linens from Once Milano

Object of Desire: New Summery Table Linens from Once Milano - RemodelistaIcon - Arrow LeftIcon - Arrow RightIcon - External LinkIcon - MessageIcon - Down ChevronIcon - CloseIcon - Dropdown ArrowIcon - Location PinIcon - Zoom OutIcon - Zoom InIcon - SearchIcon - EmailIcon - FacebookflipboardIcon - InstagramIcon - PinterestIcon - TwitterIcon - Check Mark An icon we use to indicate a rightwards action. An icon we use to indicate a leftwards action. An icon we use to indicate a button link is external. The icon we use to represent an email action. Used to indicate a dropdown. Used to…

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Farewell Michelle: Changes at Gardenista

Above: Michelle Slatalla and Josh Quittner at home in Mill Valley. Photo by Matthew Williams. In 2012, we were lucky enough to have Michelle Slatalla join our team as Gardenista’s founding editor in chief. Many of you probably remember her 10-year run at the New York Times as a columnist for the Style section, probably the most anticipated weekly feature in the paper. So when she agreed to launch our new gardening site (as a seasoned expert on the subject), it was a thrill.After almost a decade with us, Michelle is stepping down to write a novel (we can’t wait to read…

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5 Favorites: Bed Linens in Shades of Olive

Meet the new neutral. Lately we’ve been noting bedding in subtle shades of olive green. Here are a few of our favorites. Above: The 100 Percent Linen Duvet Set in Moss from Australian company In Bed (in collaboration with We Are Triibe) is available from $390. They note that the shade is “unisex.” Above: The Stone-Washed Cotton Olive Green Bedding by Artilleriet comes in pillow shams, 265 SEK ($33.11) each, and a duvet, 1,095 SEK ($136.80). Above: The Olive Green Stonewashed Linen Bedding Set by Etsy shop House of Baltic Linen is made of medium-weight linen in a “deep, rich,…

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