FORMULATED

A journal about the rituals we create around the home, the objects that bring us joy, and the stories behind how things are made.

  1. Making a Pattern with Molly Fitzpatrick

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  2. Building a Platter with Halley Zelicoff

    Chef and food stylist Halley Zelicoff arranges sumptuous platters, each starting with a simple but carefully chosen ceramic dish. Inside a 21 x 33" workspace (her kitchen countertop), she makes food come alive on the plate.
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  3. Plant Care for the Changing Season

    As we spot signs of early spring's arrival, it's time to pay attention to your indoor plants' changing needs. For one, the days are getting longer so position your plants farther away from windows to capture indirect sunlight.

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  4. Footed Bowls: A Timeless Classic

    Footed bowls have stood the test of time as a household staple for centuries. The addition of a pedestal-like base elevates the vessel above the table, providing stability and a touch of sophistication.
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  5. How to Picnic. A Vegan Dip Recipe by Diana Yen

    Spring has finally sprung, and we are celebrating with the perfect picnic spread recipe by guest contributor Diana Yen. As a celebrated recipe developer, cookbook author, houseware designer, and founder of content production house Studio A La Carte, she knows how to create palette-pleasing and visually stunning feasts.

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  6. A Guide to Cutting Board Care

    Hardworking cutting boards take a beating with daily use, which is why regular care and maintenance is necessary to renew and keep your boards look...
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  7. Buckle Up: Behind the Stacking Bench

    As we spent the past year rethinking and reconfiguring our homes, we are revisiting STACKED, a hardworking bench that was conceived as a piece that could fill an entire room.
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  8. Get to Know Farrah Sit, Founder of Light and Ladder

    Farrah Sit founded Light + Ladder studio in 2011 and has become known for creating sculptural volumes that look different from every angle.  Her m...
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  9. Visual history of the flower pot, vase and planter

    An astonishing variety of vessels have been designed to contain, cultivate and transport flowers since the Egyptians first used pots to move plants from one location to another. With a timeline spanning from Classical Greece to the Victorian Era to 1980s Memphis design, we chart the evolution of the humble flower pot and the rise of the houseplant, highlighting our favorites.  

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