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1st dibs prices are way above the market. Are you are shopping for mid-century furnishings?
If you are a fan of mid-century modern, I would recommend 'Visual Acoustics:The Modernism of Julius Shulman'. Some great shots of iconic modernist architecture and an interesting story about the life of the well-known photographer.
Luna Cafe on Dovercourt is a nice spot, food is quite good as well.
Layrite is also good. Holds well and no problems washing out
Well, it's very obvious that she can't dance, so she might as well get back to what she is good at...squeezing out li'l bastards.
I just checked out the Oster 76 clippers and they do look quite good. If I ever need to replace my Wahl professional clippers, I would probably give the Oster 76 a try. Good choice.
Cordless hair clippers are useless if you have thick hair. I bought a good set of Wahl clippers over 5 years ago and I haven't had any problems since. I think they cost around $75. Buy a good set of clippers and you will save $$$ on haircuts.
Wish to purhase "13) Tag size EU48 34" light to mid grey flannel" Please check pm.
I agree that some Ikea pieces have nice, clean lines. While this can appeal to your modernist aesthetic, the quality is usually lacking. I'm not knocking Ikea, the furniture is great for decorating on a tight budget while still looking fairly good. The Kvadrat and Maharham fabrics are fairly high quality and definitely overkill for an Ikea sofa. If you can't live with the upholstery as is, perhaps a slipcover in a cheaper fabric would suffice. Another option: My...
IMO, I wouldn't spend any money to have a slipcover made for an Ikea sofa. Live with the sofa as is, and use the reupholstery money towards saving up for a high-quality piece. The money spent on a good sofa is usually a good investment.
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