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Current Obsessions: October Sky

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by Remodelista Team last modified Oct 11, 2014

Here's a look at a few things that have caught our attention lately. Above: Next week is all about storage; we love this house in Japan where every wall has a built-in shelf. Photograph courtesy of Tass Architects.  Proof that Halloween decor can be sophisticated.  Twenty-plus  houses  that are  inhabited by the undead.  Above: After the renovation, there's no sign that this townhouse in Red Hook was nearly destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. Photograph by Bruce Buck.  More reasons to love Marfa, Texas . In a perpetual search for the perfect kitchen towels, Dalilah has her eye on a set by Fog Linen .   Above: An autumn cheese spread worthy of every eye at the table. Photograph courtesy of Honestly Yum.  Is a grocery store made up entirely of vending machines an idea to reconsider? Rumor or truth? Amazon has plans to open up shop in NYC.  Above: There's an authentic rustic vibe in this  Buffalo, New York, home . Photograph by Maxwell Tielmann.  The ultimate pumpkin carving set .  Reminder: The London Remodelista Market is just a month away, with Los Angeles and San Francisco markets shortly after.  Instagram & Pinterest Picks of the Week Above: This week we're loving the light-filled Instagram feed of San Francisco–based photographer Cindy Loughridge ( @CindyLoughridge ). And after a week of bathrooms, we're fans of Briar Winters's (founder at Marble & Milkweed ) Clawfoot Bathtubs board on Pinterest.  Find us today and tomorrow at the Field & Supply Maker Show in New York's Hudson Valley.  If you missed out, take a look back at our past week of DIY Bathrooms , and head over to Gardenista to check out their DIY Mudroom posts .  More Stories from Remodelista Table of Contents: The DIY Bath Current Obsessions: Market Season Architect-Designed Belgian Furniture in NYC






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