Happy Friday! This week, our favorite finds include smart ways to save food (and money), a beautiful sunlit kitchen with a unique design feature, and our new favorite snack. Enjoy:

— It’s a terrible feeling to clean out the refrigerator and find you’ve wasted a lot of food… and money. Danny Seo shares a few eco-friendly and super savvy ways to extend food’s freshness.

— Over at Hunker, they’re touring a New York City prewar apartment that is a colorful, contemporary vision. (We especially love the jewel-toned dining room.)

— One part kitchen, one part art gallery. Sound odd? When it comes to this London home, it makes perfect sense. The sunlit eat-in kitchen (featured on Remodelista) has a wall of shelves for displaying prints and pottery. Dreamy!

— We have 7 words that will change your life: Cinnamon Snicker Doodle Almond & Cashew Butter. We had the pleasure of taste testing a few nut butters from Ground Up PDX and that one stole the show! We’ve been putting it on our oatmeal in the morning and with fruit for an afternoon snack. You’ll love it!

— Hey Brooklyn! September 7th – September 28th, Haptic Lab is debuting their very first retail space — a pop-up shop + gallery show! The small design company is best known for projects like their Sailing Ship Kites and Constellation Quilts and will have these collections and more available. Find all details here.

— You can finally pre-order Windy Chien’s new book, The Year of Knots: Modern Projects, Inspiration, and Creative Reinvention. Every day for a year, the artist learned to tie a new knot and shared the results on Instagram. In the book, Windy describes how it changed her career trajectory, what she learned, and of course, tutorials for creating your own beautiful knots! It’s a great addition to any creative library.

Image originally published here.