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The countdown is on: Our newest e-book, Remodelista: The Low-Affect Residence, comes out in just some days, on Tuesday, October 4. Head right here to order, and scroll down for a peek inside plus extra design information on our radar:

Above: “Our mantra is repurpose, reuse, scavenge, purchase native,” writes Julie, and thus was born Remodelista: The Low-Affect Residence, three years within the making. It’s crammed with easy swaps, our favourite classic and repurposed merchandise for each room, and dwelling quarters which are as fashionable as they’re sustainable, like this Catskills cabin by structure agency TBo. {Photograph} by Matthew Williams for Remodelista: The Low-Affect Residence.
  • To have fun the e-book’s launch, we’re partnering with a few of our favourite eco-minded makers to present away made-to-last, inexperienced finds for everywhere in the home. Enter right here earlier than midnight EST on Sunday, October 2, for an opportunity to win, and check out the prizes (an enthralling striped mattress roll, linen tablecloth, jute rug, and extra) right here.
  • It’s that point of yr: Area & Provide returns to the Hutton Brickyards in Kingston, NY, subsequent weekend, October 7-9. See the complete listing of attendees and get all the small print right here.
  • Happening at this time in Katonah, NY: the 71st Annual Herb Truthful, placed on by the New York chapter of the Herb Society of America, that includes a e-book signing with Frances Palmer and “Making Tisanes: from Backyard to Teacup” with Deborah Needleman. Discover the complete schedule and information right here.
  • Revisiting the work of pioneering cabinetmaker Nancy Hiller.
  • Margot is admiring these tables made from cork, one of many world’s nice renewable pure supplies.
  • 9 tried-and-true favorites for stocking the shed.
  • Learn how to begin a pure dyes backyard.
  • Lastly, on your weekend streaming: Magnolia Community’s Level of View: A Designer Profile collection, that includes this week’s home tour, Coaster’s Likelihood: A 1760s Sea Captain’s Cottage in a Moody Palette.


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