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Gunnin’ for style, first look


The togo knockoff sofa was rented from Blueprint, but i think it retails for around $2000, and its insanely comfortable and ugly in that way  that only the person on it thinks its beautiful.  It’s like wearing a muu muu, until you start wearing them you can’t really appreciate the comfort and beauty that they posess.   The burl side table was $100, the vinyl chair and ottomon (you only see the ottoman in this pic) was $60, the brass lamp $60, lucite lamp was from Practical Props in the valley for $100, the rug was $250 from Gypsy palace (i think thats the name) and the credenza was from Santiago’s on Lankershim for $300, or so…

The two little stools were from Amsterdam Modern (affiliated with the Mohawk General Store on Sunset in Silverlake – an awesome store) and were $100 each.  And then we have an anthropology zebra head and a few Jonathan Adler accessories. 


Sorry these pics are so bad, they were my iphone at 10pm.  There is never time for good pics of the first look, unfortunately.  

Sorry, the kitchen was a mess during this pic.  But that wicker set came from the Rose Bowl for $150 (and we have it in storage if anybody wants it for $100 – two chairs and the table).  I actually love them in a ‘Blanche and I will have coffee in the morning’ kinda way, but I want to spray them white or navy or hot pink….

And there we have it.  70’s Palm Springs.

Stay tuned for pretty pictures by Terilyn Fisher tomorrow of the final look.



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