Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Announcing we will be at Alameda Sunday Jan. 5, News for upcoming 2014

First of all, we will be at Alameda once again Jan. 5th, booths N-2,15. Looks like the unseasonably mild weather will continue through at least this coming show so come on out should be another beautiful day out there. We will have a very nice inventory of new cabinets, coffee tables, etc. Please email me if interested in any pieces shown here, after the Alameda show many will be distributed to the various retail stores in the area that sell my work so I will let you know if still avail. and where. Finally, just want to express my gratitude to all the folks out there that help this happen. The retail folks in SF- Russell at Zonal, Wayne and crew at Therapy, Marty and crew over at Stuff SF. Naomi and Monica and all the ladies down in Aptos at Warmth Co., Rachel and crew at Abode in HMB, and the newest addition, Janet at Inhabiture Home in Palo Alto. All fine establishments with impeccable taste:) Also on the raw material end- I am constantly struggling to find affordable salvage supplies, all the guys at the outside lot at Urban Ore in Berkeley and also Juan and Brandy over at The Reuse People have been amazing to me this past year, THANKYOU! Also I cannot forget all the beautiful people I meet out at Alameda every month, your enthusiasm for my work is inspiring. Special thanks to Howard in the office at Antiques By the Bay and Harvey for keeping us supplied with fresh doughnuts:) Brand new in 2014 is FOUND ON PIEDMONT, a new establishment on piedmont ave in Oakland scheduled for Feb. 1 opening, I will have a very large presence there. I will post more info soon on this. Also new in 2014 will be a completely revamped website with blog and storefront page included where my furniture can be purchased online, shipped throughout the US. Exciting!

 Bathroom Vanity and chimney cabinet for house in Palm Springs

Found some shutters from New Orleans at Alameda a couple years ago. Chimney cabinet has the last of these shutters as door. Antique victorian hardware. Reclaimed wood from Builders Resource in SF.

 Found a bunch of obscure glass at Urban Ore recently, very old windows with leaded glass turned lavendar by the sun. The lavendar glass panel in top of door was part of an old factory window I bought quite some time ago at Allemany flea. Very beachy blues and greens in this old wood, salvaged from SF victorian. Nice combination.

Beachy Blues again:) Love this new wood. More of the recent lot from Builders Resource. Shutter from Rockridge remodel I did 14 yrs ago, Yeah I have been holding on to these for awhile:) Great bath cab or??

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