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Sue Whitney is the founder of JUNKMARKET as well as The American Junk Club, an online community for junkers only. She is the co-author of Decorating JUNKMARKET Style and Junk Beautiful: Room by Room Makeovers with JUNKMARKET Style. Whitney lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Kimberly Melamed earned a degree in journalism and communications from Arizona State University and studied interior design at The Art Institutes International. She lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Hockey-moms-turned-business-partners Ki Nassauer and Sue Whitney scour salvage yards, city clean-ups, and even abandoned grocery stores and bowling alleys looking for trash to rejuvenate into striking home decor. The rubbish renovators operate JUNKMARKET, their workshop and warehouse where they also conduct occasional but wildly popular sales of vintage furniture and their own one-of-a-kind junk creations of furniture and whimsical accessories. In 2004, the JUNKMARKET girls debuted a new gift line in Target Stores. Popularity has spurred a column for "Country Home" magazine, and Nassauer and Whitney also appear on national and regional television shows. In addition, they offer junking seminars for avid followers (their mailing list has grown to 18,000) who are inspired by eclectic tastes from the junking underworld.
This book was full of ideas and had beautiful pictures of ideas.
One of my favorites is an old hose reel that was turned into a dining cart, a very simple project that would blow your friends away at the next block party.
Many of the projects in the book were made with items that I know I am never going to find at a flea market or anywhere else.
I was disappointed in this Magazine. You would have to go to a bad salvage or wrecking yard to get some of this stuff. It's ugly no matter what color you spray paint it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Linda K.
Have read and scanned every page many times. Find something different each time. Instructions are easy to understand. Great bookPublished 6 months ago by Sandra G. Dupre
This book was full of ideas and had beautiful pictures of ideas. It inspired me to try many of my own ideas.Published 9 months ago by Julie Bain
I am a junk collector and although I love these two, I probably should have just got this book at the library. It is really nothing special.Published 11 months ago by Barbara E. Roberts
My friend and I have started going to the junk and salvage stores and are getting all kinds of ideas for landscaping and decorating our yards this spring.Published 13 months ago by D. Liebert
I am constantly redoing things and was very pleased with the information given in this book It is easy to follow the suggestions.Published 13 months ago by Jackie
Not as interesting as I thought it would be.
Not enought good ideas
Maybe the next edition but would want to look before buy
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My wife loves this. She has seen and used many of the ideas in this edition. This is right up her alley.Great for wintertime dreamimg.Published 15 months ago by JOHN K SPILLMAN