BROOKLYN, NY — The Emmy-winning PBS home improvement series This Old House selected Blum’s new SERVO-DRIVE drawer opening feature, which opens a drawer electronically with a light touch of the drawer front, to be used in a Brooklyn brownstone, which is the subject of the show’s first-ever New York City renovation. Blum’s TANDEM plus BLUMOTION concealed runners, ORGA-LINE drawer organization and CLIP top hinges with BLUMOTION quiet closing were also included as part of the renovation of the 104-year-old brownstone’s 250-square-foot kitchen.
The kitchen was designed by the newest member of the This Old House team, design correspondent Carole Freehauf, and built and installed by general contracting firm M.R.S. Inc., owned by Michael Streaman. For more information on The New York City House Project, click here.
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