From a vintage fabric shop in Asbury Park to an 18th-century stove in miniature, here’s what’s come across our screens this week.
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- A Remodelista favorite mashup: Maine/France antiquarians Marston House pops up at Alder & Co. in Germantown, NY, this weekend. It goes from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. today and tomorrow (plus a wine reception today from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.); details here.
- And, opening Thursday: Outland, a new exhibit by Forest & Found at Egg in London. More info here.
- Margot let us know about Patriae in Asbury Park, New Jersey, a small shop for vintage handwoven linen fabric. “The owner says she’s been accumulating her stock for years. I’m hoping to make a pilgrimage one of these days,” Margot reports. (P.S. Keep an eye out: The online shop will be live soon.)
- Summer’s greatest hit: a new drive-in in Portland.
- Kristina is hoping to stay at this 18th-century house turned bed-and-breakfast in the Berkshires.
- And last call for Brimfield: It ends tomorrow.
- What do you think of the Goop/CB2 collection?
- To order: photographer William Abranowicz’s new book, American Originals, out next week.
- Early 20th-century reproductions in 1:12 scale.
- Introducing “Your First Garden,” a new column on Gardenista, from Fan Winston, where we answer all your questions. To start, Fan gets the dirt on dirt. (Have a problem you want us to tackle? Let us know in the comments section.)
- And: How to stay organized (and sane), back-to-school edition.
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