The famous Junk Bonanza vintage market, founded in Minnesota in 2006 by Ki Nassauer, is coming to our neighborhood! I’m thrilled to be participating as a seller, along with an amazing group of vintage vendors (I don’t mean that we’re vintage …). The show is right around the corner, March 20-22nd at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, a new venue added this year to the growing Junk Bonanza line-up. And our store is literally right around the corner (less than a mile away) … so plan to make a day, or a weekend, of it and come play with us! I also contributed a local’s list of fun places in the area to shop, dine, sip & chill … see you there!
Flea Market Finds has just hit the stands! A bookazine looks like a magazine, but is similar to a book in the sense that the entire issue is written by one author. I’m honored to have been chosen by author Bonnie McCarthy to be featured in this fun publication. It’s a really nice four-page spread. Flea Market Finds can be found at newsstands, drugstores and big box stores now.
We’ve been lucky to have contributed to the eclectic décor of hot Southern California restaurants, Cucina Urbana in San Diego and Cucina Enoteca in Irvine. Our original lighting handmade from vintage cages, baskets, wire forms and blown glass drops illuminate the dining rooms and bars of these trendy spots. After fielding numerous requests from diners about the unique items that fill her restaurants, owner Tracy Borkum decided it was time to offer the furniture, lighting & accessories for sale, available to order from a menu at the host stand and also online.
I’ll take the short rib pappardelle with a barstool on the side, please.
Read the Los Angeles Times article here.
The striking home of one of my good clients was featured on the cover of the Los Angeles Times Home Section recently. David, a doctor, and his wife Linda favored the clean lines of vintage medical, laboratory & industrial furnishings. Throughout the remodel, I sourced 1940’s architect’s stools (all a little different), early medical lighting, military surplus tables, industrial cabinets, hutches & shelving units. All my finds were meticulously refurbished and reworked to adapt to their contemporary Del Mar home.
It was, most definitely, a successful operation!
Writer Kersten Wehde penned a touching story about my late father’s life’s work of black and white photography and my project to preserve and share it. Published in Riviera and Angeleno Interiors magazines last fall, it was a beautiful tribute to a true talent.
What a surprise to open up Riviera Magazine‘s Best of San Diego issue and find that they named Jennifer Price Studio #1 in the Best of Home category! Sweet!