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Current Obsessions: In the Studio

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by Remodelista Team last modified Sep 20, 2014

Here's a look at what's on our radar this week. Above: Ceramic artist Brit McDaniel of Paper & Clay shows photographer Alice Gao around her  Memphis, Tennessee, studio . Photograph by Alice Gao.  This weekend is Open House London, a chance to take a tour of some of the city's architecturally significant buildings.  We’re checking out the latest offerings from  Artisan Connect , a social commerce venture that sells global goods for the home and aims to help craftspeople from Guatemala to Swaziland make a living. Above: California-born beauty expert Josie Maran takes Lonny through her Pennsylvania farmhouse . Photograph by Melanie Acevedo.  The moral of this home tour ? The fewer electrical outlets the better.  We're losing count of all the artful Ikea hacks we've seen, but this DIY basement bar is a new favorite.  Above: With the cold months ahead, Dalilah is warming up next to a  German-made glass tea pot .  Add a touch of nature (plus more secrets for a happier home ).  Ikea Malaysia challenged shoppers to dress up like their favorite Ikea products —the resemblances are uncanny.  A bright new  collaboration between a small lighting company and Pigeon Toe ceramics.  Above: E-commerce site Fab is launching  Hem , a new online retailer specializing in high-end, affordable home decor.  Are you following your kids to boarding school? These parents are.  A shot of the Flatiron Building in New York City going up in 1902.  Instagram and Pinterest favorites: This week we're admiring Minneapolis fashion and textile designer Martha McQuade's Instagram feed  and her  Black and White Interiors board on Pinterest.  Meet the most expensive houses currently for sale in America, including a $139 million palace in South Florida spread across 60,000 square feet.  Actress Kirsten Dunst is renting her one-bedroom SoHo loft for $12,500 a month.  Take a look at this week's Style on a Budget issue, and don't miss Gardenista's week of Cost-Conscious Gardening .  More Stories from Remodelista Object Lessons: The Hardware Store Porcelain Light Socket 11 Zero-Cost Room-Changing Ideas High/Low: Wooden Bookcase with Cabinets






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