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Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Mt. Shadows
Ideabooks5,933
Questions4
ask these questions: • Will the antiques dealer guarantee the piece as advertised? If so, a description of the furniture should be written on your receipt. If the dealer won't consent to that, he or she may be uncertain about the item's provenance. • Ask the dealer if any repairs have been done to the piece
merchant in the eye and ask if the piece is a good value for the money. How the question is received is more important than the answer itself. If the dealer is offended or avoids your gaze, chances are that it’s not a good value.
“Uh YEAH” — doudican
Ryland Peters & Small | CICO Books
Flea Market Chic
Ideabooks10,666
Questions10
you want, but not exactly? Query the dealer. Chances are, he or she has it back at the house, shop or storage facility and will offer to bring it to the market next week. How’s that for service? Likewise, aim to learn about a piece’s provenance or where the dealer found it; a story always adds to an item's
be had at market is hearing all the stories — I could do it all day long. (This will also help you hone your flea market eye and aid you in building dealer rapport, both crucial in the fine art of number five.)
“center table” — juliaedelman
Charlie Allen Renovations, Inc.
6 Reviews
Study with Gas Insert Fireplace
Ideabooks1,354
Questions5
vented up the chimney with 2 - 3" flexible vent pipes. More information can be found on the Valor website www.valorfireplaces.com and dealers can be found on the dealer locator."
vented up the chimney with 2 - 3" flexible vent pipes. More information can be found on the Valor website www.valorfireplaces.com and dealers can be found on the dealer locator
vented up the chimney with 2 - 3" flexible vent pipes. More information can be found on the Valor website www.valorfireplaces.com and dealers can be found on the dealer locator
“Belle bliotheque” — shebert57
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Global Living / Bluefish Home - Showroom
Ideabooks298
Questions1
nd stay late. Dealers balk at the prospect of repacking 17 boxes and traveling back home with a full van. Their only mission: Getting rid of as much as possible while making
chunk of change. (Why else would they wake up at 3:30 a.m. and then roast all day in the afternoon sun?) The closer it gets to closing time, the more a dealer is willing to negotiate the price of an item that hasn’t sold.
3. And stay late. Dealers balk at the prospect of repacking 17 boxes and traveling back home with a full van. Their only mission: Getting rid of as much as possible while making
chunk of change. (Why else would they wake up at 3:30 a.m. and then roast all day in the afternoon sun?) The closer it gets to closing time, the more a dealer is willing to negotiate the price of an item that hasn’t sold.
“Paint items red” — jennyshealy
Cowhide headboard
Ideabooks243
Questions0
Frances covered the headboard with cowhide she picked up from a leather dealer in downtown L.A. Simple clip lights from Home Depot are attached.
Frances covered the headboard with cowhide she picked up from a leather dealer in downtown L.A. Simple clip lights from Home Depot are attached.
Frances covered the headboard with cowhide she picked up from a leather dealer in L.A. Simple clip lights from Home Depot are attached.
“Industrial” — Wilson Nobrega
Mykonos Panormos Villas
Mykonos Panormos Villas
Ideabooks20,303
Questions8
I bought the doors from a junk/antique dealer in Tripolis, Greece. They were originally old built in cabinet doors and I had my carpenter add to the sides and top in order to fit them into the
Elleni bought the antique carved doors in the living room (along with other pieces) from a junk dealer in Tripoli. "My carpenter built the frame and incorporated the doors to hide the entertainment center," she says.
Elleni bought the antique carved doors in the living room (along with other pieces) from a second-hand dealer in Tripoli. “My carpenter built the frame and incorporated the doors to hide the entertainment centre,” she says.
“ceiling” — japeatp24
Murphy & Co. Design
4 Reviews
The Gatehouse
Ideabooks15,809
Questions14
the reclaimed wood; there are many different dealers that specialize in this," Murphy says. "They will often find other unique architectural items when they tear down a building, such as the old slate shingles ... the builder found these at the wood dealer's yard." The roof, with its rare dog ear-shaped
“in Minneapolis! love the front door...would it take the cold weather and snow? so gorgeous” — penny61063
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
West Chelsea Loft
Ideabooks10,540
Questions11
when shopping. It will help you and your dealer find a rug that works with your key colors. Keep in mind that dark rugs will bring your ceiling down, and light rugs will make your ceiling seem higher. If you are not sure which rug will match your room, most dealers will allow buyers try out a rug at home
“Love red brick” — ishebo
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