Friday, September 5, 2008

September Newsletter

New Stuff:

Reclaimed wood desk $399

Antique rolling chair $99

Small writing table with hand-painted and woodburned pond scene $399

Original necklaces and earrings designed by our own Marissa Nowels $35

Large reclaimed wood desk $499

Cute red dining set $449

Even cuter lime dining set $399

Mosaic and painted mirrors by BeHapE Designs $30-$90

Antique dresser $150 as is, $399 refinished

Antique drop-leaf table $150 as is, $299 refinished

Locally made unfinished pine dresser $599 as is $799 refinished

Matching nightstand $299 as is, $399 refinished

September Deals: 30% off custom cabinet refinishing

Today I dragged my soggy yoga mat inside, rented ten episodes of Six Feet Under and put on something called "socks." It must be fall. That means that if you're lucky, there are people out there in the world dragging in their yoga mats and making plans to visit you for the holidays. How's your house looking? I promise you if it looks gross when they come, they'll still love you, but if you get a kick out of sprucing up your place for a cozy winter, we'd love to help you out. Outdated kitchen and bathroom cabinets don't have to be replaced. They can be completely transformed by a couple of coats of ivory white, chinese red, celery green, or espresso brown. Call in September to book your refinish for any date this fall and get 30% off.

September Events:

Come see us at the Pride Block Party on Sept 13th. We'll be introducing people to our store, refinishing some furniture, and giving away free swag. Okay, it ain't Dinah Shore but it should be some good fun.

Sept 19th 7pm come see us at the shop for Hannah Upham's glass art show, COLOR BLOCKS. Hannah is a local artist and therapist who makes jewelry, vases, boxes, and dishes out of recycled glass. Her colorful pieces lift the spirits, spark the imagination and make great one-of-a-kind gifts.

Quote of the month: "I'll be long gone before some smart person ever figures out what happened inside this Oval Office." --George W. Bush

136 days left. Take care.

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