During the winter months, my recurring fantasy is to live in a fishing village in a warm climate. Casa Lola, a rental property in Trancoso, Brazil, brings me one step closer to living out this dream.
A decade ago, Trancoso was a quiet fishing village with a 16th-century church on its quadrado, or main square. Today, it has become a glamorous […]Continue Reading →
Interior designer Katie Lockhart curates goods that perfectly merge function and form for her online shop, Everyday Needs.
Lockhart, who is based in New Zealand, creates interiors for both commercial and residential spaces, and she also styles photo shoots for international design magazines. But she couldn’t find a place that sold the items […]Continue Reading →
After a visit to a Shinto shrine, New York City-based artist Michelle Quan created these evocative ceramic bells.
In Japan, she observed visitors ringing clusters of metal suzu bells at shrines, to announce their presence to the spirits. Quan started out by studying phởtography, but while in school, she cofounded a jewelry company. “[It’s […]Continue Reading →
A rustic shepherd’s hut, once used to make cheese, has been restored into a simple, bucolic mountain retreat.
In 2004, Austrian Frederick Pfeffer purchased this 300-year-old stone hut in Cantal’s volcanic Central Massif region, an area noted for its fromage. The mountain sides were once scattered with such huts (known as buron); until the 1950s, […]Continue Reading →
Located near the ski runs of Megève in the French Alps, Le Chalet Zannier takes stealth luxury to a new level.
Arnaud Zannier (son of Roger, who presides over the global children’s clothing giant Groupe Zannier, and founder of NDC Handmade) recently added the chalet to the family’s small but growing hospitality business. Formerly occupied […]Continue Reading →
The architectural beauty of your dormant espaliers is pleasing to see through a windowpane, as you sit cozy and warm. Now get your pruners, and meet us outside.
Yes, we are aware it looks cold out there. You will however thank us, come spring, when your beautifully trained pear trees and trellised vines reward […]Continue Reading →
The Lampe Plaffonier is more like a sculpture than a lamp: a “living tension between balance and movement, momentum and meditation.”
Spotted at La Galerie Vegetale (a Remodelista favorite; see Shopper’s Diary: La Galerie Vegetale in Paris), the fixture is literally a balancing act: three frosted glass lights are counterweighted by two
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Francesca and I agree on almost everything when it comes to style—except rain boots. I am loyal to my simple Aigle boots (discovered at Erica Tanov in San Francisco), and Francesca swears by her Le Chaumeau boots, favored by the two Kates (Moss and Middleton).Continue Reading →
The story of Domaine de Trévallon, a winery in the Alpilles region of Provence, is an extraordinary one: it begins with the tapestry of a famous Picasso painting.
In 1955, Nelson Rockefeller commissioned Jacqueline de la Baume Dürrbach, an artist and tapestry weaver of the Dürrbach Atelier, to weave a tapestry of Picasso’s celebrated painting of […]Continue Reading →
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