In true DIY fashion, we picked up some shiny objects from a thrift store over on Haight Street, and then turned them into some funky succulent containers. Shiny Hanging Succulent Container #1 is your basic cooling rack. You know, a … Continue reading
We’ve wanted to visit Big Daddy’s Antiques forever and final made it this past weekend during a mini SF roadtrip. This place has all our favorites…rusty old objects, outsider art, flea market finds, and even a couple of succulents scattered about. Speaking of plants, this wall of shelves cool. What a great way to dress up a plain wall along a patio.
Big Daddy is that place where you can find monstrous objects…the type of ‘goto’ place where your designer shops for focal point pieces. Check out these macabre paper mache animals. Part folk art, half creepy…I bet these creatures have quite a story to tell.
Don’t know why, but I’m drawn to birdcages. We see them every so often at flea markets, but it was sweet to see a ton of them on display all in one place. Big Daddy even has a couple of resident doves that were born and raised on site.
Here’s another reclaimed lumber project that I want to tackle. What a fab architectural object to add to the living room.
Their warehouse hosts many vignettes comprised of salvaged doodads spanning over many eras such as this fireplace mock up. Oh…and how about this 25-foot American flag hanging high above. Okay, maybe too over the top for my taste, or maybe I’m not thinking big enough.
Rancho Reubidoux turned us on to Big Daddy after one of his treks in Los Angeles. Rancho always, yes always finds the coolest stuff. Thank you for doing what you do. Hey, wanna see more? You must pop over to Rancho Reubidoux and see Big Daddy through his eyes. You won’t regret it.
— Far Out Flora