Vitra’s Guide To A Home Office Refresh

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As working from home gets extended, it’s so important to have a space in your house, apartment, or wherever you dwell, that’s separate from squeezing your laptop on a vanity or disrupting the sanctity of your bedroom. Even after six months, all of us here still struggle with finding the best space to work, whether it’s some mental blockade about

&Tradition Brings Back Danish Designs from the ’50s

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Though we’re fans of the new, the weird, the reinvented, there’s something incomparable about designs that span decades. Pieces that have universal appeal outside of their window in history are their own type of magic. It’s why we care so much about authenticity within design – compare it to the expertise of a musician behind your favorite song or the

The Design AirBnb of Our Dreams is Right in Our Backyard

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As anyone living in a city can tell you, we’re all desperately looking for a safe excursion into nature, a brook to call home, or an idyllic meadow to inhabit sustainably and possibly never return. Ahem, or maybe just a tent in the Berkshires where we can forget the current world for a long weekend. If you’re asking us, there’s

Ethnicraft Releases Sculptural Side Table Collection

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The successor to the Geometric Side Table is a new collection of like-pieces designed by Ethnicraft designer, Alain van Havre, created from his exploration with geometric shapes and negative space. Every angle creates a different silhouette and aesthetic impact, further illustrating Alain’s love for movement. Though each table is unique, they fit together as a cohesive sculptural story, all made from

Your Guide to the Gus* Modern Summer Sale

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With the annual Gus* Modern Summer Sale kicking off last week, we wanted to put together a little guide to help you navigate the brand’s newest and best. We’ve touched on Gus*’s sustainable prowess in the past and even collaborated with them on furnishing the interiors of a restored historic Cape House this year, right before the world changed a

An 1800s Department Store Becomes A Greenwich Village Loft

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Amongst our frequent musings and deep dives into worldly interiors or feats of architecture outside of our New England stratosphere, we do find ourselves on the flip side, searching for spaces that are simple, light, and offer a sense of normalcy to our design eyes. A project rich with history completed last winter that we go back to again and

Sustainable Apothecary For A Self-Care Summer

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It’s been a hot minute since we gave you an update about what’s happening on the homefront at Lekker, just like everyone else in our world, we’re navigating this new territory of by-appointment-only day by day. And if you want to stop by, we’ve made it super easy to schedule online. But just because shopping is changing, doesn’t mean we’re

Reinventing Retail the David Adjaye Way

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Reinventing retail and the importance of experiential spaces have gained popularity over the past few years to keep physical stores relevant and create experiences that people desire to visit beyond the online shopping world. Especially as the challenges of 2020 continue to change the retail landscape, we’re looking towards designers like David Adjaye who give us hope for the reinvention of

A Custom Newton Home With Global Roots

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Like most people, we’re focused on future travels as a mental escape – scheming about when we’ll get to rent a tranquil house on the Cape with all our friends, visit our favorite beaches on Long Island, or the exact route we’ll tackle when revisiting our most treasured LA haunts. Part of this mental travel is looking at homes that