From simple ways to bring green life indoors to what’s on at MoMA, here are 9 things on our screens and minds this first weekend of March:
- Is this Ikea’s best bargain storage find?
- Spotted by Justine and now on all of our wish lists: The Art of Repair by a British artist/illustrator/mender, “a collection of stories, tips, and fragments of history exploring the humble act of textile repair” with charming illustrations, too. And hopefully soon available stateside.
- Fan is noting Reconstructions: Architecture and Blackness in America, a new exhibition at MoMA through May 31. (Not able to go in person? There’s an online course.)
- And The Noguchi Museum is opening for limited timed reservations March 10–28; book your spot here.
- Julie is following Imitation of the Rose, a newsletter “on beauty, books, and baking” by Thessaly La Force, features director of T.
- We’re admiring Neisha Crosland’s new collection of fabrics and wallpapers for Schumacher, inspired by everything from “Elizabethan needlework to 16th-century Japanese kimonos to an East Persian Doroksh pictorial silk rug from 1890”; take a look.
- A glimpse of spring: Landscape architecture firm SWA Group joined with Trees Atlanta, a team of volunteers, and more to plant 300 flowering trees in Freedom Park in Atlanta in honor of Congressman John Lewis.
- Last but not least: Don’t forget to enter to win a Sawkille Drink Stool (a $1,100 value) before midnight EST tomorrow, March 7th. More info here; and head here for a chance to win.