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And we’re off! Happy Memorial Day weekend, everyone.
Grounds of a Bedford, NY home by @designsingardening and Larry Weaner Landscape Associates; Photo by @francoisdischinger

While best known for its remarkable Roman ruins, dramatic landscape, and medieval architecture, the western Spanish region of Extremadura also boasts contemporary marvels like the Atrio Restaurante Hotel pictured here. Discover why Extremadura should be on your destination list through the #linkinbio

A new book documents how to convert industrial spaces into functioning and stylish homes. One such pictured here was formerly a London upholstery factory that @mark_lewis_i_d renovated into a luxury two-bedroom apartment that retained its authentic industrial features. See the full conversion through the #linkinbio or check out “Warehouse Home: Industrial Inspiration for Twenty-First-Century Living” by Sophie Bush for more inspo Photo by @arorygardiner

Anyone with an ounce of interest in architecture knows Frank Lloyd Wright, but one of his talents most aren't aware of is textile design. In 1955, the architect partnered with @schumacher1889 to devise a line of fabrics which were graphic and bold, as seen here on the walls of Taliesin’s dining room. In anticipation of what would have been Wright's 150th birthday on June 8 and an exhibition honoring the late talent opening June 12 at @themuseumofmodernart, @schumacher1889 has released a new line of 50 products in partnership with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation that landed in showrooms this weekend. #tbt

What better way to kick off a holiday weekend than by marveling over the best designed pools from the pages of AD? See some of our favorites through the #linkinbio such as this stone-lined pool at legendary designer David Hicks’ estate in Oxfordshire. Photo by @lukewhitephotography

Never settle for a boring hallway. In the Manhattan home of @warbyparker and @rocketsofawesome founders Neil and Rachel Blumenthal, custom navy lacquer framed walls and a burlap-and-gold-leaf ceiling, both by Michael Gluckman of @artspacenyc, make a bold statement in the entry hall. See the full tour through the #linkinbio Photo by @reidrolls

When imagining the Martha’s Vineyard beach home of a Manhattan couple, architect
@andrewfranzarchitect had one directive: No McMansions. Instead he crafted a collection of intimate spaces within a sprawling modern retreat that stays true to the area’s understated aesthetic. In the screened porch, vintage Ilona sofas by Arne Norell have the original tropical print fabric. Photo by @albertvecerka

Choosing the best marble slab for your walls, floors or countertops can be quite an overwhelming mission. Even if you can already picture what you want, it's hard not to get overwhelmed when you're face-to-face with the sea of stone pieces at your neighborhood slab yard. Read up on some tips and tricks before you start browsing through the #linkinbio Design by Studio Peregalli; photo by @simonuptonphotos

Every summer home can use some eye-catching textiles. These from @irvingandmorrison and @yastikbyrifatozbek in designer Daniel Romualdez’s Ibiza getaway pop against the whitewashed walls. Photo by @miguelfloresvianna

Wheel-thrown terra-cotta vessels and shapes form the bases of cocktail tables and lamps at Savannah-based designer @enyleeparker's captivating booth @_sightunseen_ Offsite. Follow AD editors’s favorite discoveries from New York’s design fairs this month via the #linkinbio Photo by @charlieschuck

Summer is the best season for dining alfresco, preferably surrounded by sand and sea. We’ve rounded up the world’s best cliffside restaurants and bars that are worth the trip— like Menorca’s famed Cova d’en Xoroi, pictured here— through the #linkinbio to inspire your next getaway.

Big news for Pierre Paulin lovers in the U.S.: 14 of the French designer’s iconic furniture pieces are being produced commercially for the first time through @ralphpucciint in New York. "There is not one week that goes by when I don’t receive a few demands from interior architects in America asking for this sofa," says Benjamin Paulin of the couch his late father designed for France’s Elysée Palace under President Pompidou in 1969. Fewer than 100 were ever produced, and today they command well over $100,000 at auction. Get the full scoop on the offering through the #linkinbio Photo courtesy of Archives Départementales des Hauts-de-Seine

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