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In Brooklyn, Making It Up as They Go via nytimes.com

by brooklynmodern | March 3rd, 2011

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Kathleen Hackett and Stephen Antonson, the authors of the how-to book “Home From the Hardware Store,” are renovating their house in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, filling it with yard-sale finds and homemade pieces. In the book, Mr. Antonson, an artist, uses items from the hardware store to make home goods — candelabra from plumbing parts; a lamp out of drain grates; a coffee table from the kind of galvanized elbows used in ductwork. Click to visit article

Credit: Trevor Tondro for The New York Times

One Response to “In Brooklyn, Making It Up as They Go via nytimes.com”

  1. Wow, that’s a really interesting story. From the picture, I wouldn’t know that anything was found at a hardware store. Maybe the lamps?

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