Northwest readers and visitors: We hope to see you this weekend at our Remodelista Market in Portland, Oregon.
Above: Today from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and tomorrow from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Rejuvenation in Portland, Oregon, nearly 40 local artisans will be showcasing homewares, clothing, jewelry, organic botanicals, gourmet foods, and more.
In addition, our media sponsor, Gray Magazine, will be giving away copies of the latest issue to market attendees (while supplies last). See you there!
Now here’s a look at other creative endeavors inspiring us this week.
Above: Sarah Britton of Copenhagen-based food blog My New Roots has launched a new site, Gourmet Print Shop, featuring her moody, often abstract photographs of farm-fresh produce. We love the striking contrast of these white currants on a dark background.
- A modern house in the rainforest––replete with a green roof.
- The means to creating a one-of-a-kind botanical holiday gift.
Above: Always in search of unique mantel displays, we love the look of this vignette we spotted on Sunset. Each vase showcases different conifer sprigs. Photograph by Thomas J. Story courtesy of Sunset.
- A guide to the versatile conifer.
- Exploring the divides within landscape architecture and urban design.
Above: Discovered on Gray Magazine: responsible––and genius––reuse for disposed chopsticks. ChopValue is a new Vancouver-based start-up idea providing restaurants free recycling for used chopsticks from which it crafts sleek home accessories from coasters to shelving––we’re keen on its planter potential. Photograph courtesy of ChopValue.
- A London rooftop garden by “the florist to the stars.”
- Over on Remodelista: Multipurpose Baskets via a Portland, OR Shop.
- A dream gift for the landscape architecture enthusiast.
Our Latest Instagram Inspiration
Above: After Justine discovered The Everyday Co., Kathryn’s Yee’s small-batch clothing and homewares outfit in Boston, we’ve been admiring the handmade goods. Margot is coveting one of Yee’s latest linen creations, Christmas stockings, as well as her embroidered hankies (@theeveryday_co).
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