It's that time of year: every evening (or every weekend, at least), there seems to be a can't-miss celebratory bash. So we hope you can join us at our upcoming events, starting with our first-ever NYC market. And before you dash out the door, here are a few things we've been obsessing over:
Above: Next week we'll be in NYC at the Park Avenue Garage Sale from November 21-23. For more information and to RSVP to our Wednesday night party, see Announcing the Remodelista Market in New York. Bonus points: Our lovely friends at Sweets & Bitters have come up with a Winter Market Citrus Punch (and they'll be leaving recipe cards for our Market shoppers to consult).
Above: On those nights we're staying in, we'll be cooking from David Tanis's new cookbook, One Good Dish—100 easy (but elevated) recipes? We're on board.
Above: Are you (like us) a Tom Delavan fan (it even rhymes!). Good news: he's designed a line of bed linens, available at Gilt Home. We're coveting the 100 percent cotton Quilt Throw (available in six shades ranging from storm gray to midnight blue).
Above: Another one for our "only in Japan" file: Tato Architect's dental clinic in Nakayamate, complete with a color palette based on the obligatory dentist green, via This Is Paper.
Coffee making as we've never seen it: on HuffPost Home.
Above: Alexa has been reading Annie Sloan's blog (the same Annie Sloan of Chalk Paint fame) where she dissects colors spotted all around France, Australia, and Cuba and attaches a chalk paint color to them.
Weekend recipe to try: Moroccan Carrot Soup from Country Living.
Above: Janet, a longtime aficionado of Glassybaby votives ("You have to see them to believe them"), has been dropping into their new San Francisco store at 3665 Sacramento St. in Presidio Heights.
We're making note of this clever staircase-turned-library idea seen on PopSugar Home.