photo by Bauer Pottery
This weekend you may be able to stock up on that Bauer Los Angeles servingware or jardiniere you’ve been eyeing. The showroom at 3051 Rosslyn Street will open its doors for eager pottery shoppers looking to score a treat or two.
I would LOVE to get a hold of a Bauer oil jug or add to my nesting bowl collection. Anything Bauer you’d love to find?
If you’re in town, be sure to visit the showroom this December 15th and 16th. The sale is from 9am – 5pm.
Bauer Showroom, 3051 Rosslyn Street, Los Angeles, CA 90065
This weekend, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, Bob Hope’s Toluca Lake home will offer to the public some of the family’s possessions in preparation for the estate’s eventual sale. Hope, who died in 2003, followed by his wife in 2011, claimed this as his family’s home. Although additional furniture and artwork will be auctioned off next year, this is an opportunity to glimpse the life of one of Hollywood’s legends, and perhaps take a little piece of that history home.
Where: 10346 Moorpark St. December 8 & 9
When all is lost there is always Andy Davis. Surf dreams in acrylic and watercolor. It’s easy to see why he is one of my favorite artists. Greenroom Hawaii has some of his recent work available. Here are just a few I’d love to add to my collection.
Back in Town
Currently residing in Encinitas and designing for Billabong, his art gives off a spirit and feeling for beach life and simple living. Keep it up, Andy.
We all built forts when we were young. This is now. I just need a cozy little cave to call my own. Here are some grown up forts (i.e. poolhouses & indoor teepees) I’d like to crawl inside.
via Desire to Inspire
via Tartan Scot
via I’m Revolting
Have a favorite hideaway?
For the architecture-minded among us, the AIA has a Fall home tour treat. Scattered amongst four locales, West Hollywood, Brentwood, Doheny/Sunset, and the Pacific Palisades, you can purchase tickets to this one day only “Four Exclusive Zip Codes Tour”. Homes by designers Richard Berliner, Peter Grueneisen, and Barton Phelps will be featured. This self-driven, self-guided tour will have docents and members of the design team as schedules permit to answer questions and provide some additional information on each structure.
Interested? Get tickets and all the information you need here for this October 28th event.
photos via AIA