Thursday, November 6, 2008

November Newsletter

We have moved! For more info click HERE

New Stuff:

Mexican-style pie cabinet made from reclaimed wood. I check it every morning for pies. Still no luck. $450 SOLD

Elegant expresso-colored sofa table $250 SOLD

Compact and classy dining set. Perfect if you live in a small space or if you're having Holly Hunter for dinner and don't want her to feel outscaled by the furniture. $399 SOLD

Sage Dresser $399 and matching nightstand $199. These aren't our usual "almost match set" These are really a set, really made from maple and really came from one of the most beautiful houses I've ever seen. SOLD

You think you've seen this before but you haven't. Kenny's reclaimed furniture is going like hotcakes and his latest bookcase has cool tapered sides. $399 SOLD


$21 off on 21st Street. If you haven't been to our new location yet, mention this deal and get $21 off any one furniture purchase (can't be a consignment item.)


Grand Reopening Party: November 29th 6pm-9pm

Hot furniture, hotter people, music, food, and a chance to see Joy and Emily after being up for 4 weeks straight. How could you resist?

Holiday Gift Sale Nov 28, 29, 30

The minute you recover from the excesses of Thansgiving, be they culinary, alchoholic, or familial, you're going to want to breeze on down to Joyful and start your holiday shopping.

This is no Wal-Mart wrestle for the last plastic Hannah Montana whatever. This is you shuffling around our beautiful new space, warm coffee in hand, feasting your eyes on hundreds of locally made one-of-a-kind gifts. Take a look:

Picture frames made from reclaimed wood.

Bright and sassy handbags for the extroverted tween in your life.

Hand beaded animal pins for the stay-at-home and play with toy horses type.

Asian-inspired square dishes, ceramic-stemmed wine glasses. Sleek ikebana vases, earthy mugs. I want this whole set.

If you know someone who only owns one purse, they probably don't believe in have more than you can use at once. Do not buy them a bag. On the other hand, if you know someone who owns two or more, they are holding their breath for the arrival of their next one. Save them.

I have yet to meet someone who doesn't love these colorful ceramic switchplates. This is the ultimate casual, affordable, yet personal gift. They come in all colors and designs that say "Hey, I like you and I think you have style." Without saying "I think we should move in together" or " I'm planning to have your job by this time next year."

Locally made, organic soy candles scented with essential oils.
This is the perfect gift to get for someone else then give to yourself on the sly.

Locally made leather and bead bookmarks. You must know someone who still reads.

Hand painted and hand tiled mirrors.

If you haven't bought her a bag since you bought the one listed above, it may be time.

Aprons made from reclaimed and remnant fabric.

Rocking chickens, rocking horses, bears, reindeer, you name it. The kids go crazy for these and you don't have to plug them in.

These porcelain pendants are like little dreams or ghosts to float near your heart. This one might say "Let's move in together."

"If you want to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first create the universe." - Carl Sagan (1934-1996)

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