Current Obsessions: Shopkeeper Season – Remodelista

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spotted this week: a clever display of humble wooden spoons at march in sf. pho 9
Above: Spotted this week: a clever display of humble wooden spoons at March in SF. Photograph via March.
  • Remodelista favorite glassmaker La Soufflerie just opened its first Paris shop; stop in, if you’re in the city: 7 rue de l’Odéon 75006 Paris.
  • Meanwhile, in Brooklyn, In Common With now has a studio and showroom in Brooklyn; it’s at 124 9th Street, Suite 270, in Gowanus, by appointment only.
  • Margot is admiring this Philippe Starck-designed sofa with a built-in bookcase—and no screws.
  • Floyd’s latest furniture piece—just released this week—is a reissue of a 1950s “underground design classic.”
  • We love this new UK wallpaper collection, inspired by an English community garden.
  • Designer Rose Uniacke’s paint line, newly available in the US, is chemical free and eco friendly, made of things such as vegetable resins and lime.
  • Time to start putting the garden to bed?
  • Eyeing these limited-edition lanterns and prints from The Noguchi Museum x Futura2000.
  • New Yorkers, stop into the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse, open through September 30; more info here.

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