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Tuesday, June 30, 2009
701 E Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92264-8811
4200 E. Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92264
Blogs n Articles
cheesy city guide
decent city guide
Hiking n Gardens
Tahquitz Canyon loop:
The Living Desert Gardens 47-900 Portola Avenue Palm Desert, CA 92260
1035 N Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92262-4419
Mid-century furnishings & an extensive selection of jewelry.1035 N. Palm Canyon Drive, 760.327.1446
Room Service - Full-service furniture store with a mid-century modern slant. They also offer vacation rental properties in Palm Springs that have been designed, masterminded and created by room service. Perfect for those glamorous types that might have their own camera crew in tow.
111 Antique Mall - A supermarket of mid-century furnishings, art, jewelry, lighting, clothing and much more.
Dazzles - Mid-century furnishings & an extensive selection of jewelry.1035 N. Palm Canyon Drive, 760.327.1446
Modern Way ($$$$)Fantastic home furnishings collection from the 50s-70s.
745 North Palm Canyon Drive; 760-320-5455; www.psmodernway.com) stocks an eclectic collection of larger pieces like Arthur Elrod couches, Verner Panton cone chairs and Hans Olsen dining sets.
Bon Vivant (cheap) in the Palm Canyon Galleria (457 North Palm Canyon Drive, No. 3; 760-534-3197; www.gmcb.com) where the store's charming proprietors make you feel like a genuine collector for purchasing an $18 engraved brass vase or a $5 tie clip.
Retrospect - Restored mid-century furnishings. 666 N. Palm Canyon Drive, 760.416.1766
Jackie Lee's thrift shop
Stroke Recovery Center (formerly Palm Springs Stroke Activity Center)
Ida Monroe Passis Building 2800 East Alejo Road
Palm Springs, California 92262
Angel View Thrift Mart (multiple locations)73468 Highway 111
Palm Desert, CA 92260
Angel View Prestige Boutiques - For budget conscious, try this great thrift shop. 462 Indian Canyon Drive & 886 N. Palm Canyon Drive, 760.322.2440
Palm Springs Modern website tons of architectural info
Monday, June 1, 2009
Friday, May 29, 2009
Wednesday, February 25, 2009
Who would have ever thought that wallpaper could make a comeback? Even though wallpapers popularity has been on the rise for some time now, I still can't decide if using it in my home office is a good idea. The owners of Curiosity Shoppe have come out with a great new book about wallpaper projects. I am hoping this little book will help me decide. You can pre-order it here