Here at Clever, we’re all about finding the good stuff—unexpected decorating ideas, day-brightening accents and furnishings, news you need to know—and then delivering that info directly to you. Here’s a roundup of five things that stopped us in our tracks this week that we wanted to be sure you don’t miss.
Target’s 20th Anniversary Collection Drops If you’re someone who used to get over to Target as soon as the new collaborations hit the stores, this is a big deal. On Saturday, September 14, the brand will be releasing nearly 300 limited-edition products spanning apparel, home decor, and kitchen essentials that were especially beloved over the years. Nothing will be more than $160, so get shopping (I might have to see if some of my faves from 3.1 Phillip Lim to Marimekko to Erin Fetherston are back in stock). corporate.target.com
Murderinos, Here’s Your Home Reno Entertainment True crime fans have a lot to work with these days, from Netflix series to podcasts to Facebook discussion groups. The latest to join the roster: Murder House Flip. It’s not out until April, but the series will bring together forensic experts, renovation designers, and spiritual healers to transform homes that once were the site of gruesome crimes. (Stay sexy and don’t get murdered.) curbed.com
Swooning Over This Los Angeles Home It’s always fun to look through another magazine full of interiors, and this story from Apartamento had us daydreaming about California sunshine. Owned by Claire L. Evans, a writer, artist, and singer (she’s in the pop duo Yacht, and lives in this home with her partner, the other half of the band), the space is bright and thoughtful. The interview is great and the cacti in her yard are too. apartamentomagazine.com
An Endorsement for Hanging Your Prints A recommendation from a newsletter you should subscribe to (pep talks, advice, fun), it’s hard not to want a product that is described as follows: “It’s basically the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants of home-decor items—it just fits everyone.” Sold! girlsnightinclub.com
For When You Have Too Many Tabs Open One of the hazards of this job is constantly searching through the World Wide Web and ending up with approximately 7,000 tabs open. This wild chair leads to that marble table and then this cool designer and next thing you know your desktop is a mess. Now there’s OneTab, a Chrome extension that converts all of your tabs into a list, so when you need to access them again, you can either restore them individually or all at once. one-tab.com
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