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Trending on Remodelista: For Simplicity’s Sake

June 8, 2024

With summer just peeking around the corner, we find ourselves especially drawn to simplicity and relaxed beauty. Lucky for us, Remodelista editors are feeling the same this week.

Above: Rustic charm in a French vacation rental. Photograph by Michel Mulder, from The Promise of Rest: A New Rural Retreat in the Cévennes.
Effortless style in a pared-back guest room. Photograph by Jo Silver, from Marjory Sweet in Maine: The ‘Farm Lunch’ Author Starts a New Chapter in a ‘Ghostly’ New England Rental.
Above: Effortless style in a pared-back guest room. Photograph by Jo Silver, from Marjory Sweet in Maine: The ‘Farm Lunch’ Author Starts a New Chapter in a ‘Ghostly’ New England Rental.
Greenery only in an uncomplicated garden. Photograph by Lorenzo Zandri, from An Architect’s Minimalist Haven in North London, Maximized for Entertaining.
Above: Greenery only in an uncomplicated garden. Photograph by Lorenzo Zandri, from An Architect’s Minimalist Haven in North London, Maximized for Entertaining.

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