We’re putting our feet up after the holiday and enjoying a long weekend in. A few things we’re noting:

Above: One of our favorite handmade menorahs for 2020, by Brooklyn ceramic artist Rachel Pots.
  • Introducing our 2020 Black Friday and Cyber Monday Guide—including special offers for Remodelista readers.
  • The Lost Kitchen in Freedom, Maine, is hosting its first-ever online makers market this weekend, with vintage finds plus ceramics, kitchen cloths, tapers, and more by some of our favorite Maine makers. It goes through tomorrow (Sunday) night at 8 p.m.—take a look before items sell out.
  • And we’re admiring Revival’s new collection of tablewares, with finds from Marrakech, Nagaland, and Morocco.
  • Virtual watch: The Noguchi Museum’s awards night, in celebration of architect Sir David Adjaye OBE and artist Cai Guo-Qiang—and the official naming of the block between Isamu Noguchi’s former studio in Queens, NY, and the museum as Isamu Noguchi Way.
  • Fan is keeping an eye on this puzzle auction via 107-year-old general store M. Crow Company.
  • Margot is listening to the Regenerative Real Estate podcast by environmentalist firm Latitude Realty, with an education, Margot says, on topics like greywater and “deep green architecture.”
  • And don’t forget to enter to win $250 from small-batch, sustainable-minded housewares co. Obakki; enter here before tomorrow (Sunday) at midnight.





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PAUL WALKER

PAUL WALKER

Lonely traveler, l like to explore with my camera and my laptop every part of the earth.