Friday, November 1, 2013

New pieces for Nov., we will have 1 booth at Alameda


 We will be at Alameda Sunday Nov 3 in our usual corner booth, N-15. Also announcing two new retail stores carrying Bryan Appleton Designs furniture. One in Palo Alto, on Ramona st., Inhabiture home furnishings. In SF, "Stuff" on Valencia. I will update the link section of the blog to reflect these new additions.
 "Jelly" cabinet, door is old shutter. "Eggs and Darts" is what the pattern of the crown moulding is called. Crown from SF victorian, pattern stolen from the classic greek temples:)

Very nice patina on this old tin locker. On wheels, shelves added.

Found this very cool military box at the flea some time ago, note the copper rivets all over the top. Polished. Added to base to create this nice little industrial nitestand.

Another pair of nitestands, with drawers, also have very nice glass tops. Love the vintage travel stickers, actually found both of these on same day picking, two different vendors.

 Vintage leaded glass door, also very intricate brass victorian era window lock as catch.
 Coffee table, old factory cart was disassembled and wheels used to make this. Part of the Philz coffee order.


This endtable started out as a machine base, had to cut off some extraneous parts. Like the machine:) Polished. Wanted to emphasize the beauty of the polished steel so added the wood into the openings only.

Beatiful vintage leaded/stained glass doors from streetside pick, SF.Arch Frags on faceframe are parts of victorian era gate, disassembled.

I have had this slag glass window in my collection for at least 10 yrs. Worth the wait. Beautiful quarter sawn oak top, trim also, from old dining table. Doug fir faceframe.

Endtables, coffee table, a set
These are called "two toppers" Part of an order for new coffee shop in SSF, Philz coffee on westborough.

Three new benches

 Another coffee table

Popular piece, small desk using ebony on VG dougfir flooring stock, base is steel industrial sewing machine base, polished.

"J" fixture, floor display piece for Philz coffee. Top is to be painted with chalkboard paint for graphics.

From last month. Just love the three of these together. Two on left avail. at Zonal on Hayes in SF. One on right avail. at "Stuff", again, SF

 Wine cabinet. Bought the oak interior part at Salvage yard. Obviously homemade, the unknown carpenter used full 1" thick oak. Yeah, its heavy. I wrapped it with this beautiful vg flooring, black distressed doug fir.

Last month again.Beautiful slag glass doors from colorado. Bought them from vendor at alameda told me he comes out once a yr from CO., everything he sells he donates to SPCA. Pretty cool. Cabinet long gone.

Table made for store on Valencia st. Base was part of an order, glass tabletop was broken so we made this top to go with the industrial base.

Beachy blue coffee table.

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