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Trending on Remodelista: Nature as Art

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Trending on Remodelista: Nature as Art

April 2, 2021

Some ideas from Remodelista’s editors on how to prepare your interiors for warmer weather:

Our favorite photographer, Matthew Williams (he shot the Remodelista, Gardenista, and The Organized Home books), has launched a new venture, The Valley Few, his collection of large limited-edition photographs that &#8
Above: Our favorite photographer, Matthew Williams (he shot the Remodelista, Gardenista, and The Organized Home books), has launched a new venture, The Valley Few, his collection of large limited-edition photographs that “explore the wonderful abstract chaos in nature and cities,” he says. We think hanging one of his prints that celebrates the natural world (this one is from the “Okay, For Us” series) would be a great way to bring spring indoors. See more in “The Valley Few”: A New Large-Format Print Series from Photographer Matthew Williams.
Another easy way to ensure a spring-ready home: Displaying an artful plant, like this oversized cactus, in a place of honor, centered in front of a bay window. Photograph by Ed Reeve, from Architect David Adjaye’s Collaboration with Artist Sue Webster: The Formidable Mole House in London.
Above: Another easy way to ensure a spring-ready home: Displaying an artful plant, like this oversized cactus, in a place of honor, centered in front of a bay window. Photograph by Ed Reeve, from Architect David Adjaye’s Collaboration with Artist Sue Webster: The Formidable Mole House in London.
Of course, the best way to welcome spring in would be to open the windows. Photograph by Kevin Kunstadt, from Kitchen of the Week: A Client’s Narrow Childhood Home in Park Slope Gets an Airy Addition.
Above: Of course, the best way to welcome spring in would be to open the windows. Photograph by Kevin Kunstadt, from Kitchen of the Week: A Client’s Narrow Childhood Home in Park Slope Gets an Airy Addition.

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