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Trending on Remodelista: Spotlight on Craftsmanship

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Trending on Remodelista: Spotlight on Craftsmanship

May 13, 2022

The interiors featured on Remodelista are all striking and singular—thanks to an accumulation of small details that add up to big impact. Below, some examples:

Sure, the wall of No.\1 Bruton Restaurant would have looked great with traditional subway tiles, but handmade Zellige tiles take it to the next level. Photograph courtesy of The Modern House, from Steal This Look: A Timeless Dining Room in Somerset.
Above: Sure, the wall of No.1 Bruton Restaurant would have looked great with traditional subway tiles, but handmade Zellige tiles take it to the next level. Photograph courtesy of The Modern House, from Steal This Look: A Timeless Dining Room in Somerset.
So many highlights in this tiny corner of the tiniest of kitchens—but we&#8\2\17;re particularly enamored with the artful doorknobs.  Find out their provenance in Remodelista Reconnaissance: French-Made Doorknobs in a Tiny Paris Flat. Photograph by Stephan Julliard.
Above: So many highlights in this tiny corner of the tiniest of kitchens—but we’re particularly enamored with the artful doorknobs.  Find out their provenance in Remodelista Reconnaissance: French-Made Doorknobs in a Tiny Paris Flat. Photograph by Stephan Julliard.
Above: One of a kind hand-painted toilet paper holders—a truly small detail with huge personality. See Object of Desire: An Artful Loo Roll Holder from BDDW.
A petite handmade ceramic light adds poetry to this bedroom in Taiwan&#8\2\17;s capital. Photograph courtesy of Homework Design, from An Apartment in Taipei: A Childhood Home, Updated for a Newlywed Couple.
Above: A petite handmade ceramic light adds poetry to this bedroom in Taiwan’s capital. Photograph courtesy of Homework Design, from An Apartment in Taipei: A Childhood Home, Updated for a Newlywed Couple.

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