A February thaw teased the Remodelista editors with visions of spring—and spring cleaning—this week. And why not? With a little sleuthing, the mundane can be elevated to magnificent. See our editors’ favorite design-worthy dish soaps, trash cans, and tips for patching and painting nail holes.
Goodbye, Nail Holes
Nail holes, begone. How to get back to pristine walls? For advice, Margot turned to Albert Ridge of Ridge Painting in NYC. See more in this week’s Remodeling 101 post.
White Ceiling Socket Lights“Sometimes it’s the simple things that are the hardest to find,” writes Alexa. “Take lighting, for example, where it can be a challenge to find unobtrusive, classic modern ceiling fixtures.” She sourced her 10 favorites, ranging in price from $4.35 to $287.87, in this week’s 10 Easy Pieces post.
Display-Worthy Dish Soap
Vipp Pedal BinAlexa sleuths sources from a bath in SoHo, New York—proving that the “bright white Scandi-inspired bath never gets old.” See more clever storage and organizing ideas in this week’s Steal This Look post.
Let There Be Light
Floor-to-ceiling windows and French doors add a new dimension—and welcome light—to nearly any room. And no matter the size of your windows, they’ll always look lovely if they’re sparkling clean. See The Secret Ingredient to Make Windows Shine Bright Like a Diamond.