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The Remodelista 2019 Guide to Black Friday and Cyber Monday

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Holiday Gift Guide 2019: For the Discriminating Host/ess, Under-$50 Edition

Truth be told, a bottle of spirits will always be a welcome hostess gift. But if you want to make a really good impression (good enough to be rewarded with secret extra helpings of dessert), cross the threshold bearing one of these considered presents. Above: What we especially love about La Riccia’s free-blown recycled-Glass Ornaments is that they aren’t too Christmas-y and can have a life all year-round; $25 each at Il Buco. Above: Kohchosai Kosuga’s adorable Bamboo Tea Strainer is just $21 at Nalata Nalata. Above: Fog Linen’s one-size-fits-all Wool Linen Slippers are made from their fabric remnants. “The…

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Roofs: Coming Out On Top | Clearstory Ep. 5

The design, the materials, the maintenance. Let’s face it, most of us don’t really know what’s up there protecting us. It’s battered by the wind, the rain, snow, and the sun and it’s supposed to take it all without any complaints or leaks. In this episode, Duo Dickinson, architect and author of “A Home Called New England” tells us what the perfect roof has to deal with, while Anne Cope, Chief Engineer of the Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety shares how roofs are tested. You’ll also hear tips from This Old House’s Charlie Silva and Jeff Sweenor on…

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For the Hostess Procrastinaire: 10 Useful Tips for Stress-Free Entertaining

We needn’t think about entertaining in a binary way: either a fully tricked-out fancy dinner party that requires wedding-level execution or a super-casual gathering that has the vibe of a Super Bowl shindig. There’s room for a bevy of other types of parties, and, to me, the sweet spot resides in that in-between area. Above: Julie’s house served as the venue for a considered yet relaxed holiday affair in A Seasonal Celebration, Creatives Included. Photograph by Aya Brackett for Remodelista. Below, hacks, tips, and ideas from entertaining experts we’ve interviewed over the years on how to throw a gathering that’s…

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Current Obsessions: Holiday Prep

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Mark Lewis’s Neo-Victorian London: The Designer’s Inspired Reinvention of His Family’s Own Quarters

Back when we first met Mark Lewis, he had recently left a career as a set and costume designer to open his North London interiors firm. That was several years ago and since then we’ve avidly followed his many adventures, from inventing a historic Hoxton loft out of whole cloth to introducing his own line of cast-bronze shelf brackets, drawer pulls, and broom hooks. But we’ve never been invited to see his own place—until now. Mark lives with his partner, Abi Leland, who works in the music business, and their children, James, 10, and Olive, 5, in a three-story Victorian row…

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