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Trending on Remodelista: It’s the Little Things

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Trending on Remodelista: It’s the Little Things

April 11, 2014

This week, the editors at Remodelista embraced the idea of Warm Minimalism. Our takeaway from their lineup? All you really need is good book, a warm cup of tea, a trusty companion, and a comfy place to hole up for the afternoon. Being surrounded by minimalist architecture in warm tones is just icing.

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Above: Waxed canvas lined in vinyl and originally intended to shelter fruit and vegetable trucks gets a new life as weatherproof outdoor furniture upholstery in the latest collection from Casamidy. Alexa introduces us to the newest item on our garden wish list in Indoor/Outdoor Furniture Made From Salvaged Wax Canvas.

Above: Dalilah tempts us to leave the office early and indulge in a pot of tea with her piece, Song Tea & Ceramics: A New Tea Tasting Room in SF.

Above: Our reading list already got considerably longer this week, but Christine has convinced us to add one more to the pile in Required Reading: The Stuff of Life by Hilary Robertson. For more from Hilary, see Marrying Pots and Plants at Mrs. Robertson in Fort Greene.

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