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Current Obsessions: Color Collaborations

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified May 26, 2013 01:05 AM
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by Remodelista Team last modified May 25, 2013

Last week's Color Therapy issue has us primed for our upcoming kid's week on Remodelista (we'll be featuring plenty of children's rooms). Here's a roundup of some more colorful offerings and a review of what we've been up to of late: Rounding up our Color Therapy week with these new bed linens from Castle . Christine dined with Faith Durand of The Kitchn in London this week and is the proud owner of Faith's new book, Bakeless Sweets . She can't wait to make the Salted Caramel Risotto. Stacy is shopping vicariously on the new site Madesmith . Sarah just returned from Chicago armed with the Remodelista Chicago City Guide . The highlights of her trip? Checking out the recent Scandinavian Design auction lot at Wright (and seeing the Harry Bertoia being installed in photograph above), admiring the city's architecture, and lunch at Ikram . Visiting a new city? The best way to see a place is often on foot. Check out Curbed's Architectural Walking Tours . In case you missed it, here's a roundup of the Best of New York Design Week via Yatzer (they have it covered). As we head into a week all about children's rooms, we're admiring Masami Akatsuka's Cocon summer collection of kids clothing and home decor. Want to know what it takes to create a wine country farmhouse retreat?  We're enjoying this renovation story on Cultivate. Have a child who wants to dye his/her hair? Here's a solution: Hair Chalk, just spotted at Urban Outfitters. Above: Returning from a busy trip to Paris (stay tuned for our first installment of Travels with an Editor), Alexa is looking to the  Summer Reading Lists  compiled on Book/Shop by  Erik Heywood  for some much needed repose. Outdoor Living Inspiration care of Instagram.                  






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