Sunday, June 22, 2008

July Newsletter

New Stuff!

Bookcase and cabinet built entirely from reclaimed cedar and pine $350

Recycled Redwood bench by local sculptor, Berit Naeseth

Sleek, black bedroom set:

Dresser $299

Nightstand $129

Bookcase (not pictured) $99

Recycled Door Bench by Brent Owens $450

Celery Green Nightstand $159

One-of-a-kind bench painted by local muralist Sally Eckert-Tone $850

White Antique Dressing Table $299

Introducing...The Rough Room

Our secret stash of high-end used stuff is out of storage and on display for your shopping pleasure. You "do-it-yourself" types can buy it as is.

You "I've-got- other-things-to-do" types can have us paint it any color you like.

Vicious Rumors:
People are talking about us... and we love it! We were called "Extremely Eco" on page 107 of the new Home and Garden Magazine. Elephant Magazine suggested we might have the "eco-est chair on earth." We even found some writing on the wall of the Boulder County Business Report (and yes, I put it there myself.) Keep spreading the word!


Hey! Take it outside!

You've weeded, you've watered, you've arranged the ornamental flamingoes, maybe you've even donated that pickup that's been on your grass since '83. It's time to celebrate and relax into outdoor living! During the month of July, for no cost, Joyful will put two coats of water-based outdoor sealer on anything you find in our shop that you'd like to use outside. We have a slew of benches, tables and chairs that would look great on your patio. Remember to pull the stuff in before winter. Sealer will get your outdoor treasures through the summer rains, but won't protect wood from freezing temperatures.

Hey, and thanks to Susan Moore, our brilliant bookkeeper who won the June contest. This fall, our local students will be organizing their schedules and giving their phone numbers to strangers on Joyful sticky notes!


Free BBQ July 20th from 5-7pm at Joyful

Come one, come all for a relaxed dinner in our beautiful back garden. Stick your feet in the kiddy pool, have a hot dog, listen to some music. Kids, dogs, bikes, and dorky golf shorts are encouraged to attend.

I worry that the person who thought up Muzak may be thinking up something else.
-Lily Tomlin

Have a great month!

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