Design Board: ABC’s for renters

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Since this month’s theme on AT:SF is
Reversible Décor for renters, I wanted to share one of the ways in which I’ve decked out my apartment, without upsetting the landlords.

I thought hard on this one and looking around my place it was obvious to me that what defines a lot of the personality of my rooms is my artwork and accessories. When you can’t paint, what better way to infuse life into a room? These objects tell the real story of who I am and what I love. Family mementos, photographs and little vignettes of collectibles that represent my heart and soul.

When I can’t get to the flea market, one of the many places I go to seek vintage finds is Timeless Treasures on Sutter Street in lower Pacific Heights. It’s tucked away off the beaten path of Fillmore Street, but well worth the visit.

My first impression of Timeless Treasures was that I had perhaps stumbled upon some kind of crazy alphabet museum.

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Timeless Treasures. You can clearly see its future place in your home, on your shelves, all spelled out…
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