Allan Jeffries has been providing friendly framing services to all sorts of picture possessors since 1984, including fine artists, professional photographers, and people who know someone who has been candidly captured within six feet of Kevin Bacon. The studio's team of talented framers specialize in museum-style archival methods and are well versed in the matting, mounting, and framing of both two- and three-dimensional pieces. Possible enclosable keepsakes including paintings, drawings, certificates and diplomas (around $100 with black wood frame and glass), limited-edition prints, posters (about $79 for a 24"x36", and about $89 for a 27"x40" movie-size poster with metal frame, drymount, and glass), family photos, children's art, coins, Roger Rabbits, and stitch-work projects. For the truly conservation-minded, a high-quality photograph with black wood frame, acid-free matte border, and UV-protective Plexiglas can run around $300. Allan Jeffries and his Jeffries will work with you to devise a framing plan that jives with your décor and budget, carried out with top-notch craftsmanship and care.
Rebound Furniture & Decor fills its showroom floor with a steady influx of high-quality furnishings. Thanks to its helpful staff, customers can find exactly what they need, whether they're looking for space-complementing accessories or entire living-room sets. An environmentally conscious establishment, Rebound culls much of its housewares through consignment, keeping more material out of landfills and in the warm embraces of loving homes. Rebound's in-house upholsterers refurbish and custom make furniture to cradle tired bones or act as giant kissing dummies.
Walking around Vintage Market at Pierce College is like stepping back in time. Well, more like shopping back in time. More than 180 vendors from near and far travel to this outdoor bazaar to showcase their treasures, which range from vintage fashion accessories and clothing such as hats and shoes to guitars, vinyl, art, and comic books. A stroll down one row may yield tables of die-cast trucks or ceramic busts, whereas a turn around the corner may bring one face-to-face with life-sized marionettes and shelves upon shelves of aged globes. The market, like a shy perennial, is open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the fourth Sunday of each month, from January–November, plus December 15.