Friday, February 28, 2014

Some new pieces, Alameda March 2 show this Sunday

Here are a few photos of new pieces. Since Alameda rained out in Feb. we still have many of the cabinets, etc. posted last month. Some great smalls, vintage furniture pieces, we  have a very nice load of fresh inventory for this Sunday. Come on out and enjoy a break in the weather! Booths N2,15, as usual.                                       This table on right was part of a custom order, small dining table using the legs from an old bin table, deconstructed.

Vintage wooden painters ladder as frame for this tall wine cabinet. Interior is part of a very nice old growth redwood wine wall unit that I bought at Urban Ore in Berkeley, I cut it into more manageable sizes, built a cabinet around this section.

 Love collecting old signs, here are a couple coat racks made from vintage steel advertising pieces.

 Very BLUE! Vintage crystal doorknobs as coatrack.

Nice vintage handpainted sign, rough sawn barnwood frame, antique cast iron "tophat" coathooks.

Another wine rack, smaller apt. size? Another cabinet using old wooden painters ladders as frame, reclaimed wood and trim. Wooden interior rack from local salvage yard.

I swore I would never buy another icebox/refridgerator to make cabinets from but.... A fellow dealer had this vintage porcelain refrigerator at our local SF flea market last week. Made me an offer I couldnt refuse:) Very cute, just enough space inside for longer wine bottles, figured it had to be a wine cabinet. I junked the top, made a drawer to hold all the "stuff". -Here it is.

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