Introducing New Dealer!Bob Richter of Richter DesignShoppers who visit The People’s Store Antiques & Design Center are in for an unexpected treat. Bob Richter, known to TV audiences as “The Designer” on the PBS series Market Warriors(from the producers of Antiques Roadshow), is now our newest dealer.Located on the first floor of our complex, Richter’s outpost features art, antiques and vintage finds he’s collected and curated from his travels around the globe. The colorful, eclectic mix offers up something for everyone in every price range.As a special addition to the merchandise offering, signed copies of Richter’s new book, A Very Vintage Christmas, will also be available. Now selling nationwide online and in bookstores, A Very Vintage Christmas embraces the nostalgia and sentimentality associated with holiday lights, ornaments, decorations and more. The People’s Store is the first retailer offering signed copies of Richter’s book.“The People’s Store has been a favorite shopping destination of mine for many, many years. In fact, some of my most-loved finds have come from this sensational treasure trove,” said Richter. “It feels right and cathartic to now be a dealer here. I’m proud to be among so many other quality dealers with wonderful offerings.”“We are excited to have Bob part of our dealer team at the People’s Store to offer our shoppers more unique one-of-a-kind pieces, said Jim Castelli, General Manager. “We’ve seen Bob shopping here for years, and now he’s finally joined us on the other side of the counter.”ABOUT BOB RICHTERBob Richter is an internationally recognized antiques dealer, designer, author and TV personality. Richter is known to many as “The Designer” and fan favorite from the PBS TV series Market Warriors. In addition, he is the host of Flea Market Minute and Minute Makeover (sponsored by IKEA). Richter also writes for The Huffington Post and is regularly featured in media outlets including The New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, The Associated Press, The Boston Globe, CBS, ABC, HGTV and Fox News Channel.For more about Richter, visit his web site: www.richterdesign.netABOUT A VERY VINTAGE CHRISTMASA Very Vintage Christmas embodies the nostalgia and sentimentality associated with the holiday season. Vintage ornaments, lights, decorations, cards and wrapping all conjure up happy memories of Christmases past and serve as tangible mementos of holidays shared with family and friends. In fact, finding these objects, decorating with them and sharing them with others bring an instant feeling of comfort and joy. Coupled with beautiful photographs, tips on collecting, and secret shopping haunts, A Very Vintage Christmas offers a 360-degree look at holiday décor in America and gives suggestions on how to make vintage finds work for today’s audience. While each chapter of A Very Vintage Christmas is unique, there is a common thread that runs through them all: the love of beautiful holiday decorations, and the interest in their history, value, and preservation. The book helps the everyday collector and enthusiast to build their own collection and offers tips on how to make the most of what they’ve got.Hurry in and pick up your signed copy of “A Very Vintage Christmas” today on the first floor of the People’s Store.Photo Credits: Ethan David Kent
Photo Credits: Ethan David Kent
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