Remember The Weekly 6? We're ba-ack!
This week we have some really fun pieces along with some old faves.
First up, we have these truly amazing cast aluminum ornate church lighting fixtures.
The patina, size, weight, style of these are a steal at $475 a piece.
They were salvaged from a basement of a church in Oakland.
They can be wired or used in any number of ways.
Next up is this mid-century table by Jens Risom.
Pronounced 'Yens', he was a Danish American designer that first came on the scene in the early 1940's.
For years he teamed with Hans Knoll until the late 40's, when he launched Jens Risom Designs, JDR.
In the 50's, after years of home furniture, he changed his focus to office, hospital and library furniture.
One of his chairs was used by Lyndon B. Johnson in the oval office.
We cant say for sure when this table was designed, or where or what it was designed for, but
we do know that we are lucky to have it to enjoy until it finds a new home!!
Deconstructed Furniture--once we saw the spread on this in Restoration Hardware, we were hooked line and sinker!
At Alameda, we spied this loveseat in one of the last booths we hit. This is definately a look you either love or you just don't get it. We love the original touches of this beauty.
These pillows along with a few more are upcycled from vintage rugs. They add a beautiful rich touch to furniture or it will provide itself as a piece of art.
We are constantly adding to our collection of tooled handbags along with suede and woven. Sll shapes, sizes and eras.
Boots boots boots. Simple at that, timeless, leather, and perfectly worn in.