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American Heirlooms: Classic Crowd-Pleasers for Anyone on Your List, from Schoolhouse

Behold: well-made, usable gifts for everyone—that even the most design-forward on your list are unlikely to have. When it comes to classic hardware and lighting, we look to Schoolhouse, the Portland, Oregon-founded purveyors of new American heirlooms. But their wares extend well beyond light fixtures and fittings. Out of a more than century-old brick factory in Portland, they design original, one-of-a-kind housewares and essentials for the home with a timeless, durable, subtly old-school vibe that fit with every sort and style of decor. Here are a few Schoolhouse icons we’re gifting this year. Above: The newly released Amber Glass Mug…

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Current Obsessions: Autumn Light

Current Obsessions: Autumn Light - 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 indicate a close action. Used to…

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Westerly Project Preview | Adding Up

Westerly Project Preview | Adding Up 2 × Into a Dutch Colonial Into a Dutch Colonial Photo by Talia Sweenor/Sweenor Builders Inc. Jumping into the project with Sweenor’s design team, Scott and Shayla’s main priority was making more space for their family. With two daughters, Malin, now 6, and Emily, 2, the family had outgrown their small, no-backyard house, also in Westerly, and were looking to the 1949 ranch as a canvas for their dream home. The 1,850-square-foot house’s solid structure was a plus, but the warren of rooms covered in floor-to-ceiling knotty pine had to go, as did the…

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Japanese Laundry: Small-Space Solutions (Many via Amazon) from a Spotless Country

Above L: Yamazaki’s wall-hung Tower Trunks Laundry Shelf is $136.49 from Rakutan. Above: R: The design comes in black or white and has a wooden hanging bar. Collapsible Drying Rack Above: The collapsible Jajan Laundry Drying Rack is made of steel and wood (and also comes in all white and black and white); it’s ¥10,989 via Amazon Japan. Laundry Hangers Above L: Ohki’s Stainless Steel Folding Hanger is what caught my eye on Mio Tsuchiya’s terrace; it’s ¥1,760 via Amazon Japan. Above: R: The hanger collapses for storage, and, Mio, points out, is seamless and rust-proof. Tokyo-based Ohki makes a range of steel…

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A Tale of Two Styles: Proper Victorian on the Outside, Modern Zen on the Inside

Ed and Reema Stanbury are the co-founders of BLOK London, a boutique gym that, according to Vogue U.K., “is not a regular gym; it’s a cool gym.” Its three locations offer cool classes like “Animal Movement” (which “draws on the basics of animal motion”) and “BLOKBreath” (“dedicated to unlocking the benefits of conscious breathing”), alongside more mundane practices like barre, yoga, and pilates. Its Shoreditch location even has a cool artist-in-residence. Naturally, the spaces, all designed by architecture and interiors firm Daytrip Studio, are cool, too. So when it came time for the couple to renovate their home, a run-down…

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20 Best Online Shops for Japanese Housewares Design

When we launched Remodelista years ago, it was almost impossible to source the hauntingly beautiful housewares of Japan. Things have improved dramatically; here are our top 20 online sources for Japanese design (some have brick-and-mortar stores as well). N.B.: Featured photograph courtesy of Toiro. Above: Native & Co. in Notting Hill, London, offers a wide range of goods from Japan, from Edo Kiriko cut glass to ceramics to brass accessories from Oji Masanori. Above: We first came across Kurasu, an online shop stocked with coffee-making essentials by Japanese makers, when we were sourcing the glass carafes used at LA-based cafe Maru…

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