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Trending on Remodelista: 5 Summery Design Ideas to Steal

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Trending on Remodelista: 5 Summery Design Ideas to Steal

August 10, 2018

The Remodelista editors discovered this week that style doesn’t take a vacation in August. See five of their favorite interior design ideas to steal.

Twin Doorways

Above: Julie heads to London for a look around a “monastic oasis with courtyard garden by Takero Shimazaki Architects.”

See more takeaways in this week’s Architect Visit in Wabi-Sabi in London: A Modest Yet Monumental House by Takero Shimazaki.

Little Black Pendant Lights

A Flos String Lights Cone, designed by Michael Anastassiades; \$695 for the single shade at Flos.
Above: A Flos String Lights Cone, designed by Michael Anastassiades; $695 for the single shade at Flos.
Alexa discovers clever kitchen ideas to steal “in the renovation of an 800-square-foot apartment in Brooklyn’s Sunset Park neighborhood.” Design firm Space Exploration overhauled the dated kitchen with an upgraded Ikea cabinet system, marble countertops, brass hardware, and a custom-built, oiled-oak kitchen booth. See more in this week’s Steal This Look post.

Broom as Art

Above: From Custodian Studio, brooms can be “functional art pieces, made from all-natural materials,” writes Julie. Handmade “slipcovers” made of linen, cotton, and a wool cashmere blend fit snugly over the handle, adding a tactile layer of luxury.

See more in Object of Desire: Handmade Luxe Brooms from a Brooklyn Artist.

Retro Kitchen Ranges

Italian company Ilve makes retro ranges with different options for color, finish, and grill tops. The Majestic Range prices start at \$4,999 at AJ Madison.
Above: Italian company Ilve makes retro ranges with different options for color, finish, and grill tops. The Majestic Range prices start at $4,999 at AJ Madison.
Alexa rounds up her favorite statement appliances in this week’s 10 Easy Pieces post. “You can buy a newer retro range, invest in one of the greats such as Lacanche or Officine Gullo, or source a reconditioned vintage model,” she writes.

Communal Sinks

A communal sink makes sense at camp (and in outdoor kitchens)—and so does a mirror that&#8\2\17;s strategically positioned to take advantage of the views. Photograph by Victor Schrager, courtesy of Aesthetic Movement.
Above: A communal sink makes sense at camp (and in outdoor kitchens)—and so does a mirror that’s strategically positioned to take advantage of the views. Photograph by Victor Schrager, courtesy of Aesthetic Movement.

Margot packed her bags and headed to the Catskills for a tour of Camp Here Here, a Retreat for Stylish Stoners (and the Rest of Us Too).

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