Thursday, October 24, 2013

Kitchens January Sales



Popular items for january sale on Etsy

Popular items for january sale on Etsy

Popular items for january sale on Etsy
Shop outside the big box, with unique items for january sale from thousands of independent designers and vintage collectors on Etsy.


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Planemo Creative: Kitchens Magazine, Spring 2012

Planemo Creative: Kitchens Magazine, Spring 2012

Planemo Creative: Kitchens Magazine, Spring 2012



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American Dream Finder: Thrifty Time Traveling at Estate Sales

American Dream Finder: Thrifty Time Traveling at Estate Sales

American Dream Finder: Thrifty Time Traveling at Estate Sales
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Rook No. 17: recipes, crafts & whimsies for spreading joy*: Scenes

Rook No. 17: recipes, crafts & whimsies for spreading joy*: Scenes

Rook No. 17: recipes, crafts & whimsies for spreading joy*: Scenes
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Keeneland catalogues 1,893 horses for 2013 Horses of All Ages Sale

Keeneland catalogues 1,893 horses for 2013 Horses of All Ages Sale

Keeneland catalogues 1,893 horses for 2013 Horses of All Ages Sale
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knot too shabby: January 2011

knot too shabby: January 2011

knot too shabby: January 2011
Modern vintage furniture refinishing, Annie Sloan Chalk paint, Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint, shabby chic furniture, painted furniture


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Sophia's: A Break and Some Chalk Paint Love

Sophia's: A Break and Some Chalk Paint Love

Sophia's: A Break and Some Chalk Paint Love
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To A Pretty Life: January 2011

To A Pretty Life: January 2011

To A Pretty Life: January 2011
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News and Events | Second Use, Seattle: Building Materials, Salvage

News and Events | Second Use, Seattle: Building Materials, Salvage

News and Events | Second Use, Seattle: Building Materials, Salvage
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Farm Girl Pink.: January 2013

Farm Girl Pink.: January 2013

Farm Girl Pink....: January 2013
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A Learning Journey: January 2013

A Learning Journey: January 2013

A Learning Journey: January 2013
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Living in your Kitchen -- design trends-- Aston Smith: January 2012

Living in your Kitchen -- design trends-- Aston Smith: January 2012

Living in your Kitchen -- design trends-- Aston Smith: January 2012
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Painted Lady' for sale for $1.6 million - SFGate

Painted Lady' for sale for $1.6 million - SFGate

Painted Lady' for sale for $1.6 million - SFGate
With a past as colorful as its ornate facade, the 120-year-old Victorian at 908 Steiner St. - which recently came on the market for $1.6 million - exudes a surprising mix of refinement and irreverence: like a sophisticated, elderly aunt delivering the punch line to an off-color joke with obvious relish and gusto. After the house was featured in this paper and several national magazines in the late '60s, it became something of a tourist attraction. A Danish immigrant who sailed to California via Cape Horn in 1848 at the age of 18, Iverson made a living in real estate and a Mendocino lumber business. After a succession of owners, the house was bought by the St. Anthony Dining Room in 1956 and used as a shelter for homeless men who worked at the dining room at Golden Gate and Jones streets. The house, which sold for $17,000, became a gathering place for Maija's friends and colleagues - artists associated with the "California Funk Movement" such as Roy De Forest, Manual Neri, David Gilhooly, Robert Arneson and William Wiley. Following a backlash against the wholesale demolition of Victorians in the Western Addition, the city created a redevelopment zone and offered low-interest loans to residents interested in fixing up their homes. A friend who worked in a supply store helped her find marine enamel paint in a multitude of colors. Colorful renditions of cartoon-like figures of herself, her husband and their dog, Woof, along with fantasy creatures Maija calls "Beasties" engaged in various adventures, the murals were titled "Beast Volcano Ceiling," "Beast Rainbow Ceiling" and "Penguins Barking up an Eel Tree Ceiling." When current owners John Michaud and his partner, Douglas Bray, bought the house in 1993 for $360,000, the only work of Maija's that remained was a mural on one bedroom ceiling, an acrylic floor in an upstairs bathroom and a ceramic plaque on the side of the steps leading to the front door. "Inside it was track lighting, shag carpet and white walls," says Michaud, a kindergarten teacher at Live Oak School. Longtime Alamo Square resident and local historian Joe Pecora describes 908 Steiner as a flat-roofed, highly ornamented example of the rectilinear Stick-style Victorian townhouse built in San Francisco during the 1880s. Much of it - including the chandeliers, carpets, drapes, original ceiling medallions, Liberty Bird wallpaper and wainscot moldings - is Victorian style.


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Faded Plains: lights for sale

Faded Plains: lights for sale

Faded Plains: lights for sale
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Broadway Buzz | Gob Squad's Kitchen - Off-Broadway | Broadway.

Broadway Buzz | Gob Squad's Kitchen - Off-Broadway | Broadway.

Broadway Buzz | Gob Squad's Kitchen - Off-Broadway | Broadway.
Gob Squad's Kitchen on Broadway.com. The most extensive source for photos, videos, interviews and news on Broadway, off-broadway and London's West End!


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