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  • About A Space Emily Katz's Portland Home
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    Filled with rich textiles, jungly plants, and beloved relics, Portland weaver Emily Katz basically has our dream home. Last week we chatted with her about her amazing artwork and creative process, but now we're diving deep on a tour of her space to learn more about her amazing treasures. Photos by Michael Spear Emily moved into the Portland space in 2012, after her partner Adam gutted the house and 'created an amazing and beautiful shell for me to style and add my decorating touches to,' she explains. 'The main room in the house used to be three rooms, and Adam rearranged and thoughtfully redesigned the entire place. The first day I walked in on our second date, I was in total awe of how amazing the house was. I was smitten.' Together, they loaded in their joined collections, including over 100 plants! What are some of your favorite possessions? We were in LA at the beginning of the year, and I had been featured in the LA Times about my macrame workshops and they all sold out. I decided to buy myself this beautiful ceramic mask that reminded me to be playful, not take myself seriously, and enjoy life. [Another favorite is] the piano. One day Adam's friend Meggie asked us if we wanted a free piano. Neither of us really play, but we were like 'Sure!' and then we paid for it to be delivered, sight unseen. When it arrived, it was painted such a special off-white color. I immediately fell in love with it, and am now taking lessons from another friend who is in a local band (and is always on tour so we haven't had many lessons...) It fit perfectly into the living room, and I can't imagine a better-looking piano. Where have you sourced the objects in your home? Adam and I are thrifters by nature. Whenever we travel, and we go on A LOT of road trips, we stop at the local thrift shops. We also have a lot of ceramics. Most are vintage and collected, a bunch are Heath, that I buy a few at a time when I visit the factory in SF, or some are by our friends, Martina Thornhill, Ben Medansky, and Steve Kelly. We have a great mirror by our pal and studio mate, Brendon Farrell. I love big mirrors. They really enhance the space. Another piece of art I love in the house is a photo by Chantal Anderson. It is of plants and a mirror in the desert... My favorite part about our home is... The kitchen, or our bathroom. I LOVE soaking in the clawfoot tub surrounded by plants. Can you tell us more about the artwork in your house? One of my favorite art pieces in the house is by Mark Warren Jaques. He is an amazingly detailed painter and friend from a long time ago. I fell in love with this big painting of his, but it was $1000. So I offered to trade him: I made him a suit in exchange. He got the jacket, but I never finished the pants. It was totally out of my comfort zone, but a fun project. Hopefully he doesn't have hard feelings about it…' The main art pieces in the house are ones I have done, like the large self portrait that is freehand embroidered and then watercolored in the living room. It is from a big show I had about 3 years ago. I really love it. It shows my Arizona desert roots, and then my NW Spirit animals... What are your favorite textiles? I am an obsessive rug collector. I have found rugs on Craigslist, at flea markets, and on trips. I made a friend in Turkey through Instagram who has sent me some of my favorite ones. Textiles and other things I always pick up on adventures. I bought a big stack of woven ikat textiles in Bali in February; I had to limit myself! The Mexican blankets came from my dad's trips South, or from vintage scores. Some of my favorites literally cost $14 and were thrifted in the desert somewhere. I think people have learned to gift me textiles, since I love them so much. Can you share a tip for displaying textiles in an unexpected way? We have a TV in the living room but you would barely notice. Adam's dad wanted it for when he comes to visit but we have maybe watched it two times in four years, and I hated looking at the blank screen. A rich indigo Balinese textile hangs over it now. I also like to throw them
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    Buy Stampers Anonymous Tim Holtz Red Rubber Stamp Tell Your Story and other Stamps supplies from Joann.com. Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Store sells all your Hidden needs.
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  • Clinique Is Teaming Up With Swedish Pop Sensation Zara Larsson for the Coolest Campaign Ever (EXCLUSIVE)
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    Your lips are about to get an extra dose of cool. Clinique is teaming up with Swedish singer Zara Larsson for their new color campaign, and they’re doing it in a totally new way. If you haven’t heard of Larsson yet, you’ve probably heard her single “Lush Life” (and prepare to fall in love with her song “Uncover,” which has a […]...
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    Don�t let this tropical fruit�s reptilian-looking exterior deter you. Inside that scaly green skin lies sweet, smooth flesh that tastes like a delicate combination of banana, pineapple, papaya, and strawberry.
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  • Thursday Tip-Off At Home Barbecue
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    Our Thursday Tip-Off series is a weekly set of tips, suggestions, and tricks for making you a better-informed person. You're welcome. Spring is here and we've been smelling the sweet scent of BBQ more and more when we head out. Sure, we may be jumping the gun a little, but if we want to be ready for summer, it's important to plan ahead. Here, we take a look at what we're rounding up for the perfect BBQ with friends. Lead photo by Jordan Lyle The most important part of a barbecue is having an actual barbecue. Seems easy enough, but when you live in a city with minimal outdoor space, sometimes getting your hands on one can be harder than you might imagine. Enter: the homemade BBQ. While you won't be able to make dozens of burgers at the same time, it's a good hack for when you and a few friends are craving a couple burgers and hot dogs. If homemade isn't your thing and you're like, 'I would totally blow up my house,' then this portable camp stove is another great option. As seen in the picture, it can fit a couple burgers and hot dogs, which is perfect for a BBQ with only a few close friends. If you really, really just couldn't possibly spend time getting a grill, doing an at-home BBQ is still possible, as long as you have an oven. There are plenty of recipes out there on the world wide web that feature homemade BBQ sauce and an oven, but just be prepared to spend a lot of time cooking whatever meat you use. Photo via @uonewyork Lead photo by @uosandiego If you're not used to entertaining people and are working with a small space or limited outdoor space, try to make extra seating by throwing some extra seating on the floor. This can be as easy as dragging out some extra blankets or a blow-up mattress (we love the below idea - quick and easy outdoor couch!). Permanent floor seating is also an option as well, as there are tons of floor pillows, poufs, and cushions out there that are perfect for extra company. If you'd like to throw some of them outside, grab an indoor/outdoor rug so you don't have to worry about them getting dirty on the ground. Setting up a few cushions in the vicinity of your BBQ (if you have one) is perfect for getting everyone together and talking. For a party that lasts into the night, string up some string lights! It'll help keep everyone outside longer, which is a must, especially if it's a nice night. Bonus: string lights tend to attract less huge, scary night bugs than a big outdoor light. Photo via @uolosangeles Photo via @uonewyork Now, onto the food and drinks! Here are a few of our favorite recipes that are exactly what any BBQ needs. Food: Beer and Honey BBQ Skewers Cheesy Pickle Pretzel Sliders Grilled Mexican Street Corn Roasted Potato Salad Banh Mi Hot Dogs Grilled Tin Foil Veggies Drinks: Honeysuckle Watermelon Cocktails Peno Blast (watermelon and jalepeno!) Orange & Basil Sofi Spritz Frozen Cucumber and Green Chartreuse Daiquiri Boozy Toasted Almond Popsicles Blueberry Coriander G&T Photo via @uosandiego Shop Bar and Kitchen
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