Synopses & Reviews
Soccer-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, a retail store and workshop where they also conduct wildly popular auctions for recycled nostalgia. Online sales swell as more than 14,000 customers clamor for one-of-a-kind 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 who are inspired by eclectic tastes from the junking underworld.
The JunkMarket girls reveal ideas from their breakthrough retail business, product line, and media ventures, including secrets to finding good junk and how to use it for new and different purposes.
The JUNKMARKET Girls reveal ideas from their unique creations, product line, and media ventures.
Secrets to finding good junk and how to use it for new and different purposes.
Inspiration for those searching for treasure at flea markets, garage sales, attics, and dumps.
Room settings illustrate decorating styles—urban industrial, country, cottage, retro, and even traditional.
Ideas and how-to projects to fashion candle holders from tractor parts, repurpose carpenter's levels as shelves, create photo holders from tennis racquet presses, make cornices from architectural molding, and much more.