Contributors

sereneMimomito was created by Graphic Designer Serene Lusano (portfolio) during a extended bout of unemployment in the Fall of 2010. Aside from Graphic Design, Serene is also the Co-Owner of Blockhouse Modern Furniture & Collectibles and sells in Scout Living Antique Collective in Midtown Sacramento. Serene’s 2-bedroom apartment in Southside Park was featured in the Homes, Sweet Homes feature of Mimomito. Serene fancies 1960’s design, Danish furniture, clutter, dark wood, memes, and her ugly Ikea couch that she just can’t throw away. Serene’s Tumblr: SERENERES

rose della rosaRose Della Rosa has an eye for design and interiors – with a 1970’s flavor. Rose’s furniture finds are incredibly eclectic, and will usually have a few Native American themed items that reflect her heritage. Rose’s personal tumblr (RoseGoldTeef.tumblr.com) is a good synopsis of her style and love of Persian cats. Rose and her husband, renowned Sacramento Graphic Designer Benjamin Della Rosa often collaborate on illustration and silkscreen projects for their company Della Rosa Home & Prints. Ben and Rose sell these items and some hand-picked collectibles in Scout Living Antique Collective. See Ben and Rose’s 1-bedroom apartment Homes, Sweet Homes feature here. Rose likes Navajo print, gigantic brass animal sculptures, Swedish illustration, children’s wooden toys, Alexander Girard, Ray & Charles Eames, and hamburgers — cheeseburgers.

toniToni Okamoto is a multi-blogger, works as a Personal Assistant and occasionally tends the shop at Scout Living Antique Collective. Her other blogs include the popular Plant Based on a Budget, a vegan recipe blog for thrifty persons. Her style tends toward the 1950’s. See Toni’s Homes, Sweet Homes feature here. Toni likes swing dancing, vegan cooking, blogging, and not having a TV.

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6 Responses to “Contributors”

  1. Nancy Sue September 25, 2010 at 6:34 pm #

    This is GENIUS. I did the same thing–clutter up my friend’s FB page with CL photos–though I stopped shy of building my own website to do so.

    I’m off to the friend’s FB page to notify her of your wunderbahr site!

    Keep up the good scouring work!

    Nancy Sue

  2. joemountain September 25, 2010 at 9:31 pm #

    Thanks Nancy! We are excited to meet new people who enjoy finding sweet deals and furniture fabtabuluuuuzness <-that's a made up word. Building the website was a kind of a kind elbow nudge from our friends who were probably tired of us fogging up all of FB with danish sweets and teak dreams.

  3. Alan January 20, 2011 at 2:06 pm #

    WHY WHY WHY did you use that picture of me making THAT face??

    • Alan January 20, 2011 at 2:07 pm #

      I mean, I understand y’all look good, but I could have been cropped.

  4. Megan April 26, 2012 at 8:49 am #

    Hi Serene,

    I am up for the monumental task of refurbishing those HW pieces but I live in SF and don’t know of the antique mall you refer to. Can you help a sister out? I can’t wait to get my hands on those poor things.

    • Serene May 2, 2012 at 7:31 pm #

      Megan — are you referring to a heywood wakefield restoration?

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