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What to Read in This Week’s Apartment Life Issue

Coming up in this week’s Apartment Life issue: small spaces, city apartments, and reversible hacks for renters. Stay tuned: Above: Photography by Matthew Williams and styling by Alexa Hotz for Remodelista, from Shop Owner Makié Yahagi’s Charm-Filled Loft in SoHo, New York. Inside a Brooklyn-bred entrepreneur’s Bed-Stuy apartment What you should know before you take on a DIY paint project A bachelor pad in Park Slope, before and after And: the hotel openings we’re noting this spring. In c...
Tags: Books, Matthew Williams, Brooklyn, Reims, Table Of Contents, Soho New York, Alexa Hotz, Makié Yahagi


What to Read in This Week’s Pretty in Pink Issue

This week we’re tuning into our more romantic side with our Pretty in Pink issue. Here’s what’s coming up: Above: Photograph by Natalie Weiss for Remodelista, from one of our favorite apartment visits of all time: Done/Undone with Clarisse Demory in Paris. A tour of one of the most beautiful guesthouses we’ve seen, in France Our favorite glassware, in shades of rose And, what our editors’ are gifting (and coveting) for Valentines Day In case you missed it this week: What to know about t...
Tags: Books, Instagram, Bali, France, Paris, Airbnb, Table Of Contents, Natalie Weiss, Clarisse Demory


What to Read in This Week’s Jetsetter Issue

This week, to start off February (and combat the polar vortex that’s been circling swaths of the US), we’re armchair-traveling: to Bali, Tulum, even Paris. Here’s what’s coming up in our Jetsetter issue: Above: A touch of the tropical, even in mid-winter. Photograph from True Grit: Iko Iko Shop in LA. Photography by Michael A. Muller for Remodelista. Inside a serene Bali getaway, available to rent on Airbnb The wheeled, carry-on luggage our editors swear by The pros and cons of the trendi...
Tags: Books, Bali, La, US, Paris, Table Of Contents, Jetsetter, Michael A Muller, Bali Tulum


What to Read in This Week’s Le Bain Issue

This week, in the chilliest of mid-winter weeks, we’re turning our attentions towards baths of all sorts. Here’s what’s coming up in our Le Bain issue: Above: Photograph of architect Sheila Narusawa’s well-ordered master bath, with his and hers Japanese striped towels and a foxed mirror. Photograph by Matthew Williams for the Remodelista book. The luxe toothbrushes we’re all lusting over A simple upgrade to turn your bath into a spa bath What to look for when buying towels, decoded Plus, ...
Tags: Books, Matthew Williams, Paris, Edinburgh, Table Of Contents, Le Bain, Sheila Narusawa, Le Bain Issue


What to Read in This Week’s Còsagach Issue

When looking for a title for this week’s Scottish issue, we came upon the idea of còsagach, Scotland’s answer to hygge: think wool blankets, tea, wood fires, and plenty of tartan to combat the winter grey. Here’s a sneak peek of the issue: Above: A Scottish croft looks out over the sea; see more in A Remote Scottish Bolt-Hole. Inside a 1610 merchant’s house turned architecture studio in Edinburgh World’s most beautiful silver spoons, from the Isle of Skye Planning a trip? We have three ru...
Tags: Books, Scotland, Brooklyn, Table Of Contents, Mamma Mia, Edinburgh World


What to Read in This Week’s Glitterati Issue

In this week’s Glitterati issue, we’re looking towards all that glitters: luxe fittings, sumptuous sofas, and practical objects with an air of elegance. Here are five reasons to check back: Above: This photos is a throwback outtake from Rehab Diary, Part 3: A Small House Overhaul in London, the Big Reveal, in which we chronicled a young couple’s house project, start to finish. (See also parts one, two, and four.) Photograph by Jonathan Gooch for Remodelista. In this week’s 10 Easy Pieces:...
Tags: Books, London, Poland, Table Of Contents, Julie, Jonathan Gooch, Eclectica


What to Read in This Week’s Eclectica Issue

Coming up this week: an issue inspired by eclecticism. Here are 4 things to look forward to: Above: Photograph by Greta Rybus from The House That Craigslist Built: A Bare-Bones Farmhouse in Midcoast Maine. A tour of an antiques dealer’s bright Shelter Island home Annie profiles a new store discovery across the pond (we’re crossing our fingers for international shipping) A DIY, on-a-budget kitchen overhaul for an architect’s own home The secrets to painting your kitchen cabinets Last week...
Tags: Books, Ikea, Annie, Table Of Contents, Midcoast Maine, Provincetown, Shelter Island, Greta Rybus


What to Read in This Week’s New Moon Issue

Coming up this week: new year, new you. Here are four reasons to check back: Above: Photograph by Mel Walbridge from Is It Worth It? Luxury Starter Sheets from Sferra’s Alma Line. A Remodelista favorite kitchen gets an update, marble counters included Fan tours an eco-friendly shop in Vancouver we hope will make its way to the US The best of petite refrigerators Finally: how to fold a fitted sheet. Last week we revisited the year’s most popular posts. Take a look: 10 paint colors with c...
Tags: Books, US, Vancouver, Table Of Contents, Sferra, Mel Walbridge


What to Read in This Week’s Holidays Around the World Issue

This week, in celebration of the holidays and the last week of 2018, we’re taking a look at the year past and revisiting our greatest hits. Here are TK reasons to keep Remodelista cued up this week.. Above: Photograph by Anson Smart from Christmas in Burgundy: At Home with the Expat Family Behind the Cook’s Atelier. The greatest, most eco-friendly cleaning tool we discovered this year Take a look inside chefs’ kitchens, and note a few ideas to steal The one thing you shouldn’t include in ...
Tags: Books, Cook, London, Belgium, Copenhagen, Table Of Contents, Remodelista, Anson Smart


What to Read in This Week’s Holiday Preparations Issue

This week in our Holiday Preparations issue: everything you need to know for wrapping, throwing dinner parties, and last-minute gifts. Check back this week for: Above: Photograph by Leslie Santarina for Remodelista, from DIY: A Trio of Gift Wrapping Master Classes from the Doyenne of Presentation. Fan tours a Dickensian townhouse in east London Gifts to please the host or hostess Favorite minimalist fireplaces from the Remodelista archives Plus: how to throw a festive dinner party, Parisi...
Tags: Books, London, Table Of Contents, Leslie Santarina


What to Read in This Week’s East/West Issue

In this week’s East/West issue, we’re looking towards Japan and beyond. Here are 5 reasons to check back this week. Above: This week’s issue cover image comes from a throwback post: when Aya Brackett visited cult favorite restaurant Eatrip in Tokyo for Remodelista. Margot rounds up this year’s best gifts for the zero-waste enthusiast on your list Julie tours a Japanese ceramics shop on the coast in France Step inside a Brooklyn townhouse with modern Japanese style At home with a London st...
Tags: Books, Japan, London, France, Brooklyn, Ikea, Tokyo, Copenhagen, Table Of Contents, Julie, East West, Aya Brackett, East West Issue


What to Read in This Week’s Old World Holiday Issue

As we head into December, we’re looking to old-world Europe for winter inspiration. This week we duck into a gilded Kiev apartment, source cabinet fronts from a Danish favorite, and discover the next Ikea, straight from Europe. Check back in this week for these things and more: Above: Glamorous old-world winter style in Paris. Photograph by Claire Cottrell for Remodelista; see our Restaurant Visit: Carbón in Paris for a look around. Alexa, newly back from six months on a European tour, ro...
Tags: Europe, Books, Carbon, Netflix, Paris, Ikea, Annie, Alexa, Kiev, Table Of Contents, Europe Check, Claire Cottrell


What to Read in This Week’s California Craft Issue

Coming up this week in our California Craft issue: Above: Photograph by Daniel Dent from A Berkeley Kitchen Tour with Alice Waters and Fanny Singer. We kick off our 2018 Gift Guides with our favorite stocking stuffers (all under $15) We look inside the LA bungalow of a star from The Crown And Julie stops into a must-visit shop in a small California town.
Tags: Books, California, La, Berkeley, Table Of Contents, Julie, Alice Waters, Daniel Dent, California Craft


What to Read in This Week’s Pastoral Table Issue

This week it’s all about the table. Check back for last-minute table-setting ideas, dramatic arrangements, and everything else you need for Thanksgiving:J Above: Photograph from DIY: An Architect-Inspired Thanksgiving Table from Designer David Stark. Justine tours a Catskills farmhouse, redone by some of our all-time-favorite designers Tricia Rose of Rough Linen shares her simple, last-minute ideas for a considered holiday table Julie uncovers the ceramicists worth watching this fall Plus...
Tags: Books, Ikea, Detroit, Table Of Contents, Julie, Tricia Rose, David Stark Justine


What to Read in This Week’s The Urbanites Issue

This week, as part of our Urbanites issue, we’re looking to Stockholm, Berlin, Copenhagen, Brooklyn, Detroit, and Washington, D.C. for design inspiration. Here’s what’s coming up: Above: One of our all-time most-popular features: A Two-Week, $1,000, 500-Square-Foot Rental Overhaul by a Design Student in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Margot tours a former journalist’s Victorian townhouse in Georgetown Fan discovers a budget-friendly apartment in Berlin In this week’s High/Low: a knockoff of an indus...
Tags: Books, Washington, Berlin, Maine, Montreal, Table Of Contents, Georgetown, Stockholm Berlin Copenhagen Brooklyn Detroit, Bushwick Brooklyn Margot


What to Read in This Week’s Up North Issue

This week we’re bundling up and heading north: to the rocky northern coast of Maine, to Toronto and Vancouver, and the Scottish Highlands. Here’s a sneak peek: Above: One of our all-time favorite projects, in Canada: the small cottage of Toronto-based design couple Mjölk. Take the full tour in O Canada: Mjölk’s Renovated Scandi-Style Cabin on a Lake. Justine takes a road trip to the Maine island of Vinalhaven to shoot the shop and house of a collector couple Annie explores a church-turned...
Tags: Books, Toronto, Canada, Maine, Paris, Vancouver, Annie, Table Of Contents, Julie, Vinalhaven, Lake Justine


What to Read in This Week’s À La Francaise Issue

This week we’re headed to France. Here’s what’s coming up in our À La Française issue: Above: Bundles of dried gypsophila, eucalyptus, and limonium in one of our all-time favorite posts: Done/Undone with Clarisse Demory in Paris. Fan tours a young winemaker couple’s house made of plywood in Aix-en-Provence Margot discovs a hotel in the middle of a French forest Alexa weighs in one her favorite under-the-radar design destinations in Paris after her six-month European tour Plus: how to stag...
Tags: Books, France, White House, Paris, Portugal, Alexa, Table Of Contents, Aix, Clarisse Demory, Provence Margot


What to Read in This Week’s All Hallows’ Eve Issue

This week,we’re going to the dark side. Here’s what’s coming up: Above: The witching hour: Photograph via Custodian; see more at Object of Desire: Handmade Luxe Brooms from a Brooklyn Artist. Annie tours a sparse and slightly gothic house by a Portuguese architect Alexa uncovers our favorite sources for a new pitch-black trend Fan takes on noir kitchenware for the Halloween table (and beyond) And Justine travels to the far corners of old New England for Friday’s house tour. Plus, three s...
Tags: Books, Brooklyn, New England, Alexa, Table Of Contents, Justine, Melin Tregwynt, Center of London Welsh Coast


What to Read in This Week’s English Influence Issue

This week we’re England bound in search of Anglo charm, just in time for colder days. Here’s a preview. Above: Photograph by James Brittain, courtesy of Jonathan Tuckey, from An Urban Hut in London by Jonathan Tuckey for an Under-the-Radar Design Doyenne. Alexa takes an exclusive walk through Kettle’s Yard, in London Are woven woolens having a moment? Annie uncovers an old-is-new favorite Julie weighs in on a new paint collection Fan takes a tour of an apartment and a gallery in the Engli...
Tags: Books, England, London, Rome, Frankfurt, Annie, Alexa, Table Of Contents, Julie, Serene, Century House, Jonathan Tuckey, James Brittain, An Urban Hut


What to Read in This Week’s Kitchens 101 Issue

Five reasons to check in on our Kitchens 101 issue this week: Above: Photograph by Jonathan Hokklo for Remodelista, from At Home with C. S. Valentin: French Eclecticism in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn. Annie looks inside the London maisonette of a former fashion buyer (whose Shelter Island place was an all-time reader favorite) Not too far away, Margot stops into an avant-garde design space and restaurant in a townhouse Julie notes a sculptural trend in the lighting world A Frankfurt kitchen wit...
Tags: Books, London, Frankfurt, Table Of Contents, Julie, Margot, Shelter Island, Design News, Jonathan Hokklo, Weavers House Chan Eayrs ' Huguenot Inspired Oasis, Kitchens 101, Hill Brooklyn Annie


What to Read in This Week’s Autumn Palette Issue

Coming up in our Autumn Palette issue this week: Above: Photograph by Andria Lo for Remodelista, from A Northern California Roadhouse Inn, Restored with Whimsy (and a Hint of Surrealism). Fan takes a look inside a Spitalfields townhouse by the husband-and-wife architects of the moment Julie lists the makers she’s looking forward to at this year’s Field + Supply Alexa reports in from Europe with a Frankfort kitchen with a surprisingly fresh palette Annie weighs in on the new sofa she can’t...
Tags: Europe, Books, Annie, Alexa, Table Of Contents, Frankfort, Spitalfields, Julie, Design News, Andria Lo, Northern California Roadhouse Inn Restored


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Table of contents from London Review of Books Vol. 40 No. 6 (22 March 2018)
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Table of contents from London Review of Books Vol. 40 No. 5 (8 March 2018)
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Table of contents from London Review of Books Vol. 40 No. 4 (22 February 2018)
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Table of contents from London Review of Books Vol. 40 No. 3 (8 February 2018)
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Table of contents from London Review of Books Vol. 40 No. 2 (25 January 2018)
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Table of contents from London Review of Books Vol. 39 No. 3 (2 February 2017)
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Table of contents from London Review of Books Vol. 39 No. 2 (19 January 2017)
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Table of contents from London Review of Books Vol. 39 No. 1 (5 January 2017)
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Table of contents from London Review of Books Vol. 38 No. 24 (15 December 2016)
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