We use reclaimed wood (lumber rescued from old barns, wine barrels, warehouses) to make everything from shelving to dining tables, but this time we really flexed our splinter-covered muscles and gave one of our favorite clients a new bedroom.Check It Out
It’s not rare that someone pulls up to our store in Venice Beach and tries to sell me used furniture. I’ve been pitched on everything from old highchairs to literal kitchen sinks and I can say without hesitation that 95% of everything is unsalvagable trash, but every so often I’m offered a piece with potential beauty hiding just beneath a chipping wood finish. This was one of those times.Read More
As a man of refinement, who, at the time of this writing, is notoriously poor, I’m forever on the lookout for cheap alternatives to my favorite interior design standards, and in this case, that standard happens to be framed art.Continue reading “How to Make a Cheap Frame – DIY”
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It’s been a little over a month since Charlotte Reiss came into our store on Abbot Kinney Blvd. and erected the pop-up shop for her company Vivi et Margot, a traditional French homeware brand she created in 2016, and we couldn’t be happier with the way things are turning out.