The Remodelista editors had a lot to be thankful for this week, including aftfully minimal design finds in London, stoneware from Toronto, and a harvest week table surrounded by friends and family:
Above: Justine discovers a Toronto potter’s Stoneware in Subtle, Custom Glazes.
Above: Photograph via Rose Uniacke.
“The refectory table (technically defined as a long, narrow table supported by two trestles) dates back to the Middle Ages, when monks dined at expansive tables in communal dining halls,” says Alexa. She rounds up her favorites in this week’s 10 Easy Pieces post.
Above: See how big you can live in 800 square feet in Before & After: A Petite Flat Transformed in Brooklyn.
Above: Photograph by Liz Seabrook, courtesy of Maud & Mabel.
Christine admires the pared-back aesthetic of a London housewares shop in Celebrating Artful Minimalism in Hampstead.
Above: Photograph by Sarah Elliot courtesy of Athena Calderone.
Is butcher block the right material for you and your kitchen? Read our Remodeling 101 primer on butcher block to find out.