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10 Easy Pieces: Hot Water Dispenser Faucets

The ultimate luxury for tea drinkers? A hot water dispenser coupled with the kitchen faucet that delivers near-boiling water at 190-210°F. Read more about hot water dispensers in our post Remodeling 101: The Verdict on Hot Water Taps and see our 10 favorite models here. Above: In a Mill Valley kitchen designed by Ken Linsteadt, the kitchen faucet and hot water dispenser are from Lefroy Brooks. For more see our post Kitchen of the Week: A New-Build Kitchen in Mill Valley, CA, the Six-Month Check-Up. Above: The Waterstone Parche Suite Hot Filtration Faucet (1400H) is $481.50 at Quality Bath. Above: The Quooker…

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S41 E12: Seaside Transformation

On this episode: The Westerly one-story ranch house has been converted to a two-story Dutch Colonial thanks to the Sweenor team. Today the crew does a final walkthrough and says goodbye to the homeowners and the apprentices. Starting outdoors, Kevin shows off the new sweeping gambrel roofline before heading inside to meet Jeff. They begin the tour in the original long hallway to see the updated bathroom, an old bedroom which is now an office complete with barn doors and a wall of shelving, and another old bedroom that has turned into a spacious laundry room. The original room with…

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8 Ways to Get More Out of Your INSIDER Membership

As a This Old House Insider, you get the ultimate fan experience and exclusive access to content, events, sweepstakes—and the cast. Need more Norm in plaid? You got it. Want to ask Richard a question about your plumbing situation? No problem. Need to reference a project Tommy finished in a past episode from a decade ago? It’s possible. Whether you’re already a member or thinking about joining, here are eight ways you can get more out of being a This Old House Insider. 1. Binge any season you want from your mobile and connected devices. Did you know it’s possible…

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Steal This Look: A Pale and Perfect Under-the-Eaves Kitchen in Copenhagen

Caroline and Steffan Feiffer’s attic apartment in a 1737 townhouse in Copenhagen made waves when it hit the internet. The couple renovated the space themselves, and made the most of the corner allotted for a kitchen. Their solution? Integrated appliances, storage alcoves, and instead of a counter-cluttering dish rack and knife block, wall-mounted alternatives. Here’s a look at their sources. Above: The all-white kitchen sits beneath a lofted home office on the top floor of the historic building. Photograph courtesy of Katrine Rohrberg from Danish Heritage: A Copenhagen Townhouse Renovated by Hand. Materials Above: Caroline and Steffan painted the walls and beams of the…

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Svinkløv Badehotel: The Reincarnation of a Beloved Seaside Hotel in Denmark

A perk of Instagram-stalking people whose style we admire is seeing where they stay on vacation. If we had to generalize, it’s usually a considered, smallish hotel that has design cred, a buzz-worthy restaurant, and a notable lack of amenities (no wi-fi, no televisions, and definitely no night clubs). The newish Svinkløv Badehotel, one of our favorite Insta-stumble discoveries ever, is all of these things and more. The historical hotel, located on the coast of the North Sea in Denmark, is a beloved and popular summertime destination for Copenhagen residents. In 2016, it was destroyed by a fire, but owners Kenneth…

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Domestic Science: A New Limited-Edition Collection of Household Wares from Ikea

It’s as if Ikea has been reading our minds and hacking into our in-boxes—because their new limited-edition collection of housekeeping wares is exactly what we’ve been hoping for: good-looking, well-made, well-priced everyday domestic tools made from natural materials. Here’s what we’re eyeing from their Borstad line, in stores this February: Photography courtesy of Ikea. Above: The products in the Borstad line are all made from natural materials such as hardwood, cedar, metal, rattan and canvas. From left: a rattan Carpet Beater ($5.99), a linen Shoe Bag ($4.99), a Dust Pan and Brush ($12.99), a Hanging Organizer ($12.99), a standing Dust…

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