Ruby’s Road Trip Visits: Warner Bros Studios Property – Atlanta

CEO of Debbies Book, Ruby, and I had a chance to swing by some prop houses in Atlanta. The first of which was the Warner Bros. Studios Property department branch. Nikki, the manager of the Atlanta location, was very welcoming to Ruby before showing me around their warehouse. It was a pleasant surprise to find […]

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Celebrate The 4th of July @ King Richards Antique & Vintage Center

What is more patriotic than antiques, blues and hot dogs? On Saturday, July 4th, at 12-3pm in the afternoon King Richard’s Antique & Vintage Center will have “Old Fashioned Food” at their All American Hot Dog Stand. Of course hot dogs and antiquing just aren’t the same without a little blues so King Richard’s will […]

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Design Mix Furniture – Daybeds, Cool Lanterns & a Great Look

Daybeds are back and Design Mix Furniture has brought in a sweet collection of traditional daybeds from across the world. The daybed dates back to a time where life was a little bit slower and a little more restful than today’s fast pace. Of course if you are looking to create a calm place (because […]

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Scavenger’s Paradise – Why Sometimes You HAVE to Browse Non-Prop Houses

Prop houses are perfect for theming a set. Maybe you need some Western Saloon up and ready so you stop by certain prop houses to get that one beat up upright piano, the dingy bar, and all of the whiskey bottles you can throw in the mix. Other times, however, you need a space to […]

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Pasadena Architectural Salvage – Antiques from Smalls to Doors

There are treasures to be found at Pasadena Architectural Salvage—antique builder’s hardware for doors, windows and cabinets; re-wired vintage lighting; rustic doors with ironwork details or beveled glass; windows; fireplace mantels & furniture; ironwork; stained glass; and lots more—treasures that would have been buried in our landfills if not for Pasadena Architectural Salvage. What a […]

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Habitat for Humanity – Affordable Used Items & Free Donation Pickups

Shopping at and/or donating to Habitat for Humanity is a win for everyone. You can find great décor and building materials for a fraction of the cost; Habitat for Humanity is able to continue their mission, and materials are recycled instead of thrown in our landfills. You’ll never know what you will find at a […]

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King Richard’s Antique Center

Not sure what the difference is between antique and vintage? The folks at King Richard’s Antique Center can tell you. Antiques, vintage, collectibles—it’s all there. King Richard’s is located in Whittier in an historical building that was once a citrus packing warehouse. There’s 57,000 sq. ft. and 4 floors with 302 dealer spaces, which means […]

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Liz’s Antique Hardware

Sometimes when you think antiques perhaps you think big, eye-catching items. Easy to do. Just as important though, are the small pieces that can really complete a room. Liz’s Antique Hardware has a vast selection of items to enhance cabinets, doors, walls, lighting and more. From Early American to Contemporary, you are sure to find […]

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Castle Antiques & Design

It took me a while to recognize what walking around Castle Antiques & Design reminded me of. It’s a little gem near Faux Library; a budding prop house and antique shop (they do upholstery and custom furniture too)! Walking into Castle Antiques seems a little House of Props. All kinds of very unique items, some […]

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Last Stop Props & Scenic Inc.

If you are looking for all of your set needs in one location, and in a short amount of time, then make Last Stop Props & Scenic, Inc. your first stop! They have everything from rental furniture to cleared art and graphics, as well as a set shop capable of constructing whatever you might need. […]

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