Current Obsessions: Timeless with a Twist


Forward this weekend, new takes on classics: a Seventies perch re-released, a design present at a historic UK property, and extra proof that pressed flowers are again. Have a look:

studio iro lucy currell 0 Above: {Photograph} from “Nothing Flashy”: The Properly-Traveled Residence of UK Inside Designer Lucy Currell.

  • Don’t neglect to enter our giveaway for an opportunity to win a replica of our new e book, Remodelista in Maine, a two-night keep in Maine, and extra. Enter right here; and for all the main points and choices, head right here.
  • Margot is delving into, from afar, the design present Radical Acts at Harewood, a historic home museum in Yorkshire (it was furnished by Chippendale; the gardens are by Functionality Brown). The exhibit explores methods craft can “assist us to deal with pressing crises in life and society at this time, and trying to a future the place we’d stay in a extra environmentally and socially accountable manner,” that includes the likes of Ilse Crawford and Sebastian Cox. Have a look nearly—or in particular person—right here.
  • Kiwi design involves San Francisco: The New Zealand Design Pavilion opens on the Ferry Constructing on June 21; for information and to go to, head right here.
  • What do you consider this new wallpaper collaboration by Graham & Brown and the Tate Fashionable?
  • And at present coveting: the brand new kintsugi restore equipment from Poj Studio.
  • Hay simply re-launched the Rey Stool, initially created in 1971 by Swiss designer Bruno Rey.
  • And we like Farrow & Ball’s newest line, The California Assortment, for summer time palettes.
  • Seven new out of doors designs by artisan NYC textile home Zak + Fox.
  • Our most up-to-date object of want, backyard version? Philippe Mannequin’s woven terrace furnishings.
  • Is that this the summer time of pressed flowers? We expect so. Learn (and get impressed by) The Fashionable Flower Press.


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