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January 6, 2024

Happy New Year! After a week off, both Gardenista and Remodelista are back with new content. Here are some favorite highlights from Remodelista this week.

Photograph by Austin Leis, courtesy of Ome Dezin (@omedezin), from Tudor Revival: An Artful Update of a \19\20s Movie Star Retreat.
Above: Photograph by Austin Leis, courtesy of Ome Dezin (@omedezin), from Tudor Revival: An Artful Update of a 1920s Movie Star Retreat.
Photograph by Francois Halard from Rose Uniacke at Work, from Steal This Look: Designer Rose Uniacke’s Own Serene and Airy Office Kitchen, Antiques Included.
Above: Photograph by Francois Halard from Rose Uniacke at Work, from Steal This Look: Designer Rose Uniacke’s Own Serene and Airy Office Kitchen, Antiques Included.
Photograph by Johan Dehlin, from A \1960s Brutalist Townhouse in London, Revived with Lush Greenery and Modern Minimalism.
Above: Photograph by Johan Dehlin, from A 1960s Brutalist Townhouse in London, Revived with Lush Greenery and Modern Minimalism.

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