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Three Ways to Ventilate a Home

You know that old saying, “No good deed goes unpunished”? It applies to a lot of homes with respect to ventilation. If you simply bring outdoor air into the house, you pay for it . . . in more than one way. The outdoor air you bring in is unconditioned so you have to heat it or cool it. If you’re in a humid climate, you may have to dehumidify it. If you’re in a dry climate, you may need to humidify it. Depending on how you introduce the ventilation air into the house, you may have cool drafts in…

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Kitchen of the Week: Artilleriet + Tre Sekel in Sweden

We’ve been followers (and admirers) of Gothenburg, Sweden, concept shop Artilleriet since we first discovered them a while back. Here’s a look at their most recent project; a kitchen collaboration with furniture makers Tre Sekel. “Our kitchen is based on the idea of ​​freestanding furniture, with all parts of the construction visible to the user,” according to Artilleriet. Here’s a look: Above: All components are made from solid oak, sourced locally, available in a smoked finish or treated with white soap. Above: The faucet is the Piet Boon-designed raw copper Deck Mixer Faucet. Above: The Bertazzoni Modern Series Gas Cooktop…

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Object of Desire: The Puebco Water Dispenser from Japan

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How to Drill into Brick

Drilling into brick is tough work. Whether it’s a decorative brick veneer inside a house, modular bricks on the outside of a suburban home, or concrete blocks in a foundation, these materials are meant to last. But what if you need to hang a picture, attach a downspout, or install a light fixture? This guide will help. Can You Drill into Brick? Compared to wood, drywall, and vinyl siding, drilling through brick might seem impossible. Traditional methods using a multi-purpose or brad-point drill bit simply do not work. But is it possible? Absolutely. Brick is not impenetrable. With the right…

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Agnes: A Shaker-Inspired All-Day Restaurant and Cheesery in Old Pasadena

Newly opened in Old Pasadena: Agnes, an all-day restaurant, fromagerie, and marketplace from husband/wife team Vanessa and Thomas Tilaka Kalb, an Iowan and a Californian who met in the kitchen of Salt + Water in San Francisco. The menu is focused on modern, reimagined Midwestern family dishes served on mismatched crockery (the restaurant is named after Thomas’ maternal grandmother, Mary Agnes, who he says “liked just one gin and tonic when company came over”). LA architect Oonagh Ryan of ORA Studio designed the interiors with flexibility in mind; a fromagerie in front doubles as a room for culinary workshops, and…

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10 Easy Pieces: Metal-Base Dining Tables

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