Ahead this weekend: small-space upgrades, a new collection of rugs, lanterns, candles, and a few noteworthy design events. Read on:

Above: Reading corner inspiration via A Danish Couple’s Thoughtfully Appointed 1927 Townhouse in Copenhagen. Photograph courtesy of Johanne Landbo and @femte.til.venstre.
  • We’re looking ahead to one of our favorite events of the fall: Field + Supply, going on at the Hutton Brickyards in Kingston, NY, October 8th-10th. Passes are limited (and vaccination is required for all those over the age of 12); for more info and to register (or to shop virtually), head here.
  • Planted, an inaugural event that explores design x the natural world, is going on in London this weekend, with a series of talks, installations, and more—all free. Head here for more info.
  • We’re admiring Broken Symmetry, a Marrakech-inspired rug collection by Remodelista favorite Athena Calderone of Eyeswoon in collaboration with Beni Rugs.
  • On the market: the Jorgensen House in Portland, OR, the longtime home of architect John Yeon, featuring one of his “most poetic entry sequences.” Take a peek.
  • This tiny San Francisco cottage expanded from one bedroom to three—no addition required.
  • And a virtual look at the Chelsea Garden Show (and the trends we’re noting), here.

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