On our shortlist this weekend: new lodgings in a historic house, a catch-all inspired by found tiles, a parking spot turned secret garden, and more.
N.B.: What design news are you noting these days? Let us know in the comments.Above: Photograph by Salva Lopez, courtesy of Andrew Trotter Studio, from this week’s Casolare Scarani in Puglia by Studio Andrew Trotter.
- Are you following @international.butter.club? (“My new favorite site,” Julie reports.)
- Annie is stopping into this new outpost of a favorite guest house in Portland, Maine.
- Leave it to Amsterdam to come up with an ingenious underwater bike storage solution.
- “An ideal place to empty the contents of one’s pockets”: new John Derian trays, inspired by 18th-century Delft tiles.
- We like the looks of these sculptural forms made from fallen trees, spotted via T and on view now in Claremont, CA.
- The return of an iconic Louis Poulsen lamp (the originals of which are still in use at St. Catherine’s College in Oxford).
- Proof that even a pocket-sized patch of dirt can become a serene escape? This parking space turned garden.
- And five gardening essentials to have on hand for spring.