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Trending on Remodelista: Spring Celebration

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Trending on Remodelista: Spring Celebration

April 20, 2024

Over on Remodelista this week, three ways to embrace spring.

1. With a small party.

Photograph via @rebekahpeppler, from Small-Space Soirées: 8 Tips from a Paris Apartment, Courtesy of Rebekah Peppler.
Above: Photograph via @rebekahpeppler, from Small-Space Soirées: 8 Tips from a Paris Apartment, Courtesy of Rebekah Peppler.

2. With open windows.

Photograph courtesy of SASA Works from A Place for Dreaming: An Elemental and Sustainably Built Retreat in Cornwall by SASA Works.
Above: Photograph courtesy of SASA Works from A Place for Dreaming: An Elemental and Sustainably Built Retreat in Cornwall by SASA Works.

3. With a verdant view.

Photograph by Satoshi Shiraharma, courtesy of Akira Tani and Kim Hyunsook, from In Tokyo, Two Design Store Owners Build a Modernist House for Themselves and Their Feline Family.
Above: Photograph by Satoshi Shiraharma, courtesy of Akira Tani and Kim Hyunsook, from In Tokyo, Two Design Store Owners Build a Modernist House for Themselves and Their Feline Family.

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