The Remodelista editors spent the week sleuthing for summer kitchen essentials, from old fashioned pest-repelling food covers to sherbet-colored tea towels woven in Lithuania:
Above: Architects tell Meredith their secrets: read about Architects’ 10 Go-To Traditional Kitchen Faucets.
Above: Julie discovers the oldest flax mill in Lithuania–and the sherbet-colored tea towels two sisters make from bolts of its soft linen.
Above: A delicate sheet of copper flashing becomes a kitchen backsplash in a Catskills summer house; for more of the kitchen, see A Country House Reinvented by Jersey Ice Cream Co. (We also profiled a makeover of the house’s screened porch: Before & After: A Summer Porch Rehab in Upstate New York.)
Above: Duralex, a Love Story. Read more about the iconic French molded, tempered glassware in Megan’s Object Lessons column.
Above: Are you taking the kitchen outdoors for the season? See our Editors’ Picks: 10 Essentials for the Summer Kitchen.
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