If you haven't been to the store, but can't come on Thursday, stop by some other time. We still have 100% of our inventory online for you to browse on our website, but now you can come to one location to pick everything up, and see everything in person! It is 2200 square feet packed with our unique, sometimes crazy, always entertaining, vintage furniture and accessories.
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Monday, October 12, 2009
5305 Cherry St., Kansas City, Missouri 64110 (map)
Designed by Bruce Goff
Listing Agent: Bob Myers
Full listing details
For ticket information, click here.
Thursday, October 8, 2009
Both sales are in the Skokie-Evanston area just off Golf Road. Each runs on Friday and Saturday.
Sale A: 9511 Drake, Evanston. The cat who ate Danish Modern, with lots of lamps and housewares and teak style thrown in. This one goes from 9 am to 3 pm on Friday and Saturday, 10/9 and 10/10.
Sale B: 9700 Kedvale in Skokie. To control traffic at the opening of the sale at 9 am on Friday, there's a sign-up sheet posted on the front door of this location. No worries, this just means that if you want to be one of the first one in, you should put your name on the list ahead of time. I called the sale conductor, who said by 10:30, everyone should be able to go in without waiting.
In addition to the mid century styles at this sale, there are some first edition books signed by the author and for mad scientists, lots of old chemistry and text books. The estate sale at 9700 Kedvale runs Friday from 9 to 2 and Saturday from 9 to 3.
The Curtis Hotel, a boutique with a mid-century modern theme and 330 rooms, has started an auction to sell its services for the night of Dec. 31. The winning bidder gets use of all the rooms, as well as the hotel's grand ballroom, live music, champagne, caviar, dinner, breakfast (and, of course, all the staff) to pull off a once-in-a-lifetime party.
It's not unprecedented for a hotelier to rent out an entire property to a single client, but it's a sales tactic more common with smaller hotels. With such a large number of rooms – on a busy night for hotels – the price is likely to be steep; by the beginning of this week, there was already a bid for $50,000 (U.S.), which didn't hit the hotel's minimum price for the auction. But that means the door is still open, and the auction doesn't end until Sunday.
For details, see www.wonnightonly.com.
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Thursday, October 8th, 7 – 11pm
6001 Carlton Way
Hollywood, Ca 90028
deasy/penner&partners would like to invite you to join us in celebration of the official Grand Opening of Metropol featuring an evening of art, music, food & beverage presented by Signature Magazine and Tanner & White. The ‘Art Walk’ will host 12 different artists sponsored by A + D Museum.
Metropol by RSA Architects - 41 unique one and two bedroom residences, including 11 penthouses--providing serenity within a vibrant and emerging enclave of Hollywood. Five floor plans demonstrate a defined approach to living areas as combined with the openness of a loft residence with expansive volumes, large windows and generous patios or balconies. The custom interior finishes are an extension of the façade with a concentration of oak flooring, cabinetry and finish carpentry accented by polished chrome, glass and stainless steel.
Please RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org Space is limited
Monday, October 5, 2009
NEW LOCATION - 7 W 34th Street
at Fifth Avenue, New York City 11th Floor - Opposite the Empire State Building.
Show Admission: $15 - $20 with a one year subscription to MODERNISM Magazine
Saturday, October 3, 2009
A flea market "for the sexy, hip and groovy crowd" (Los Angeles Times) The Melrose Trading Post is held every Sunday in the parking lot at Fairfax High School, where 3,000 to 4,000 attendees browse the wares of nearly 200 eclectic vendors. Overseen by Greenway Arts Alliance and run by and for the Fairfax Family and Friends Foundation The Trading Post is widely regarded as the most successful, ongoing fundraising events in the history of the Los Angeles Unified School District.
The Melrose Trading Post
Every Sunday 9:00AM to 5:00PM – Rain or Shine
Located in the Parking Lot at Fairfax High School
7850 Melrose Avenue, Los Angels, CA 90036
Admission: $2.00, $1.00 for students and seniors
323.655.7679 ext. 103
I've been and I love it!
Friday, October 2, 2009
SATURDAY, October 3, 2009
VeryVintageVegas is pleased to be one of the sponsors of “Beyond the Mint: The Mid Century Modern Architecture of Walter Zick”. The location is the NEVADA STATE MUSEUM at Lorenzi Park on Washington, west of Rancho.
The bus tour of the Walter Zick buildings that still exist is sold out, and there’s a waiting list to take the place of any no shows.
Alan Hess is the featured panelist. There’s a reception at 11:30am and the panel discussion is at Noon. Again, to Classic Las Vegas for all the details.
Monday, October 5, 2009
Alan Hess, the pre-eminent architectural historian is lecturing on the Mid Century Modern legacy of Paul Willams , and the fascinating topic of “Googie”. This event is at 7 pm, is free to the public, and will be held at the Historic Fifth Street School.
Paul Williams designed the conch shell lobby of the La Concha hotel here in Las Vegas. It was saved from the wrecking ball, and will be the new visitors center at the Neon Museum. It’s as good of an example of Goggie as there is.
Open House: Sunday, October 4th 1:00 – 4:00 PM
2183 N. 122nd Pl, Seattle, WA
Mid-century modern home oozes style, swank and comfort; this home
truly has it all!
4BR/2.5BA Single Family House offered at $499,950
Year Built 1962
Sq Footage 3,180
Bathrooms 2 full, 2 partial
Lot Size 7,280 sqft
HOA/Maint $0 per month
Stunning custom built mid-century modern home oozes style, swank and comfort; this home truly has it all. Nestled in a quiet cul-de-sac just steps away from Haller Lake, you’ll soak in the serenity and peacefulness of the neighborhood, yet the excitement of the city is only a short drive away. This is an urban retreat with vaulted cedar ceilings, over-sized picture windows, two exposed-brick fireplaces and an original 1962 wet bar. Step out onto the large deck and enjoy a sunny private oasis surrounded by bamboo and mature plantings. Lounge in the sheek living room, get cozy in the office/library or get cool and fix yourself a martini at the wet bar. Spacious rooms offer tons of sunlight and the oversized kitchen is perfect for entertaining. An impeccable one of a kind home with an abundance of style. Come see for yourself what a true mid-century modern home is all about!
This is now an online store AND a retail store! Stop by and check them out. Their new address is 515 S. Fairfax Ave, in Los Angeles, 90036. Call them at 323-938-9230 with any questions.
The Eameses designed the House of Cards as a construction toy comprised of 20 large interlocking slotted cards. The images and patterns printed on them are of what Eameses called “good stuff “, chosen to celebrate “familiar and nostalgic objects from the animal, vegetable, and mineral kingdoms.”
The card sets come in 3 sizes, small, medium and large (giant), and at one time came in a number of alternate designs: Computer House of Cards (1970) and Newton House of Cards for the 1974 Nobel Laureates.