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Items You Must Have
By grace chen (Sep 30, 2005)
I believe that Jonathan Adler, the New Jersey farm boy who sculpts sexy bottles, designs groovy graphic pillows, and fabricates frisky and fancy sofas, is instrumental in building your über-divine nest. More
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Pet Pleasing Purchases
By Michelle Sieling (Jul 22, 2005)
I will admit with no shame that I spoil Guinevere, my Staffordshire Bull Terrier. For her 10th birthday last year, I bought her an ox-blood red leather collar with silver stars and a black leather leash to replace the old nylon ones she had been sporting for years. For Christmas, I gave her a furry squeaky toy in the shape of a fox that she managed to rip up in about two weeks. I also feed her organic dry dog food and indulge her addiction to what I call 'dog crack', otherwise known as Greenies chew treats. More
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Resources for your urban refuge San Francisco
By Michelle Sieling (Jun 3, 2005)
In a city shrouded in fog for most of the year, rare sunny days bring San Franciscans outdoors in droves. Kicking back in your yard or on a back porch is a great way to escape the heat and noise of the dirty city streets. And though lounging in a backyard is lovely, being faced with tall weeds or a sad barren porch may drive you back inside onto your couch. Fortunately for San Franciscans, Floorcraft Garden Center and Guerrero Street Gardens have the tools, plants and experienced staff with the know-how to get your outside oasis ready for your enjoyment. More
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Bringing The Greenery Home
By Nirmala Nataraj (Apr 1, 2005)
Ah, springtime… It's a season for cleaning out dusty closets and replacing your drab winter garb with vibrant colors and softer fabrics. It's also a season for strolling through the city with your sweetheart and admiring the fragrance-inducing ambiance of a world in new bloom. If you've found that your Saturday afternoons are suddenly becoming more amenable to walks through the park or other outdoor excursions, you may want to consider bringing a piece of the greenery home. More
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Vintage Finds of Every Kind
By Jialin Luh (Dec 2, 2004)
Stepping into The Other Shop transports you to a classy kitschy retro wonderland filled with designer furniture and vintage housewares. With the motto "Where you can still afford to collect", this 15-member collective offers a sensually stunning selection of coveted objects ranging from original Eames chairs to vintage art deco-inspired chandeliers to eight-track players, bright Pyrex kitchenware in every color imaginable and just about anything in between from 1950 to pre-Watergate. More
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Comfort Items for Your Kitchen
By Nirmala Nataraj (Nov 4, 2004)
We're at the epicenter of the culinary universe, and whether you cook up cassoulets on the weekends or simply can't resist the latest commodities of cooking technology, there's a bevy of shops that both the seasoned chef and the domestic wannabe will want to explore in the coming months. More
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By Nirmala Nataraj (Oct 14, 2004)
The vocabulary of plant lovers has always baffled me. Hydroponics, humidifiers, carnivorous plants, garden varieties of nightshade - it's a flurry of vegetable confusion. And admittedly, I've always been a botanical death dealer, the kind of person who neglects watering anniversary bouquets or a vacationing friend's prized bonsai. More
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By Nish Nadaraja (Sep 25, 2004)
When was the last time you were excited about cleaning? Eric Ryan and Adam Lowry, the founders of locally-based Method, are attempting to change that feeling by transforming mundane necessities like laundry detergent and hand soap into designer commodities. More
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Slumber in Style
By Gloria Tai (Sep 4, 2004)
There's nothing like climbing into a tall, cozy bed to catch some ZZZ's. Imagine snuggling up under a European goose down comforter and into 500 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets over a cloud-like feather bed. It's enough to keep you in bed all day. More
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Fodder for your Inner Child
By Nirmala Nataraj (Aug 19, 2004)
Ever pine for the novelty stores of your childhood, those quaint little get-ups that could be found on every street corner and painted a proverbial picture of Americana and its essentials? I can see it now: glass jars dotted with gum drops, marble-top counters sporting multi-colored pens, fire engine red stools made for lazy lounging and imbibing ice cream sodas. Getting nostalgic yet? Um, probably not, unless you grew up in the 1950s. All the same, avatars of the five and dime stores of yore, despite exponentially inflated prices, are popping up everywhere... More
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