Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on April 21, 1929 · Page 82
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 82

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14-ai SUNDAY a&IanO Crf&unc APRIL 21, 1929 Display at Breuner's Brcwter! usher in Better Homes Week with n attractive display of distinctive home furnishings, with :' ' creations from all parts of the worId." "h '"r .. ,'-?::r'-v5v:'- ,-.v.-.-: i ..-fit'--''- wmmm IIP C. W. Hyr Jr. will build a $5000 en-torr dipping aht-d for th Cra.n company on tha aast aida of JUlUck atraat, 900 Ut north of Baacn atraat. y Tht ABERDEEN GARDENS ' APTS. Featured by Hand-Painted .Interior .,' Decorating . " By THE STUDIO DECORATORS 511" 17th Street LAkeude 5852 I : 1 'Louli Marki haa bean appointed manager pf finer' Inc., men' and women'! apparel credit atore, Tele- Bra pn ave- . nua and Nineteenth treet. ac cording to an a n - noun o e -ment " by: that firm. Marks. It waa stated cornea t o S h a r ' a with a wide and varied experiena a aa an exe cutive. Ha waa form erly . con-, n e e t a d with one of Oak land' ' Urge spe cialty ehopa man- ager. Prior. 1 LOUIS kAKKB. All Concrete Work N.LENA 2307 Encinal Ave. .ALAMEDA Phone A Lamed 4718 All. Builders' Hardware for the Aberdeen Gardens Apts. From B: SIMON HARDWARE 7th and Broadway GLtncourt "617 , MI f DIETZ Announcement ia made by Chrla Dletc, builder ' and owner, of the opening today of the beautiful Aberdeen Gardens apartments, lo-cated at 2530 Eighth avenue. The (tructure la of the Spanish type, with white stucco exterior, and stands In a- commanding position In upper Eighth avenue overlook lng the city and bay.. A description reads: The building contains nine four-room apartmenta, of unusual character In design and finish Each unit is featured by a recep tion hall with closet attached. The wood work is of antique mahogany finish, and doorways .to Various rooms are' heavily beamed, giving the effect . of permanence and strength to' the frtructure. Llvfsg rooms are unusually large and are featured by. a large mantle ornamented with a hand painted design that differs with each apartment. The walls and ceilings, are finished In Jarz stucco while bedroom walls to that he was in charge .pf the Federal Outfitting company of this city. Commenting upon his connection Marks said, "My Joining Sher's Inc., is especially pleasing to me because It places my new responsibilities In a virtually new store established six months ago in the heart of a shopping center that la now coming into il'a own." The Walter M. Boysen company has arranged Vlth C. WV-De Vel-blss for the constructloa of an $8000 one-story brick and tile buIIdffTg on the southwest corner of Forty-second and Linden streets, furnished." BETTER HOMES DISPLAYS AT BREUNER'S "Constant -expansion. In order to more .efficiently serve Callfojnla homeM, has made Breuner's what it Is today," thus reads a rpo.ent re view of this well-known firm s ac tivities. It Is further stilted that: "Installation of 16 decorative Studio display rooms within th ! past month, making 37 in ell; sv- eral remodelPd and enlarged de- I partments and window demonstra tions combined" with the continuous arrival of merchandise that-In distinctly new. contribute in mak ing the Oakland branch of - this large California homefurnishlngs organization, outstanding- - in the Eaotbav district. On practically every floor, rrom the lower main to the last floor up, I changes in display, redecorating," etc. express Breuner's desire to as sist the customer In planning his home so that It may be In keeping with hi ideas of beauty. New .furniture, rugs, china, draperies, linens, ranges and stoves and their accessories, potteries from abroad, glassware, house wares, silver, electrical gooas are some of the things In every quality and style providing essentials for the' home, while tne arusuc eiue Is exemplified In the musical de- nartments where pianos, radios and phonographs, nationally known are found. - "A recent acaulsltlon is the in stallation of the home medernlzlng department on the lower main floor. Here are model bullt-ln kltchena-that show how an old fajihlon kitchen mav be trans formed into a modern kitchen. This is only one of the many Breuner innovations to further the desire for better homes in Cali fornia. The new. bedroom studios on ths fifth floor have been built to display'1 and show the . possibilities of the suites in the rooms. meen attractive settings . afford a great variety of -suggestions. Perhaps the most etriKing colors are found in the summer furniture stick, reed and stick fibre finished orange, yel ow. black or green nd upholstered In covering equal ly as daring. .. Another new department Just installed atBreuner's Is one that is fullv eaulnped to take care of all kinds ot upholstering, reiinirnms and Luildlng complete pieces pt up holstered furniture, In conjunction with all depart ments the staff of Interior decora tors lend experienced assistance In selecting and arranging nome-furnlahings. A one-story tile garage will be built by B. S. Booth for C. S. Booth. The permit value is $5000, and the building will be on the north side of East Fourteenth street, 185 feet west of Forty-first avenue. WASHINGTON, D. C.The Department of Commerce announces that according to data, collected at the biennial census of "manufacturers taken in 1928, the establishments engaged primarily In the manufacture of photographic ap paratus and materials In 192T reported products valued at $90,827,-737. This total represents an Increase of IS. 5 per cent as compared with $78,653,661 reported for 1928, the last preceding census year. 'A $40,009 three-story tl-roonti apartment, '44 by SO, will be eon structed on the east side of Me Kinley, 85 feet north of Park boulevard, by the California Builders for- W. W. Langford. $400,000,000." Annual BEDROOM WEEK-. in nd ceilings are of textured finish. he kitchens are equipped . witn Kelvlnator refrigeration and elec tric ranges, a ioucij oi nauu uecur-atlon Is In evidence here on the separating cabinets between kitchen nd dinettes. The builder nas car ried the steam heating system to the bath rooms. A reature or un usual, distinctiveness of these apartments is the novel free-hand decorations In each home, drawn by A. Allman. Tyler of The Studio Decorators of Oakland. A feature of the exterior Is a ailed patio In front, containing miniature fish-pond. Theentranqe imposing 'and within the recep tion hall Is a handsome railed stair case leading to the upper floors. "The apartments are luxuriously Aberdeen Qardens artments 2530 Eighth Avenue Ap Oakland's Most Handsome Apartment Embodies the very-best in luxurious apartment house accommodation. Steam beat; electric refrigeration and electric ranges, beautiful fixtures and hardware. Unusually large living rooms. Superbly decorated. Nine Four-Room Homes, Unexcelled in Furnishings and Design. 2530 Eighth Avenue 'Aberdeen Gardens' This structure known as Aberdeen Garden apartments is ready for occupancy today. The building contains nine four-room apartments unusual in design, and is beautifully furnished and finished, Chris Dietz is the owner and builder. O. M. Crooks is the architect, mmmmm 8 4 1-- TILING lor Aberdeen Gardens Apts by SUPERIOR Tile & Products Co. 3743 BROADWAY Piedmont 2468 Interior and Exterior Stucco tor . ABERDEEN GARDENS Keivinatqr The Oldest Domestic Electric" Refrigeration Equipment for" "Oakland's beautiful new apartment house has been selected "Villi one idea ... to provide the most efficient service for tenants. That is why Kel-vinator Electric Refrigeration has been . t Installed in tlie Aberdeen Gardens Apartments For all building, remodeling - and refinancing purposes MONEY NOW! Loans to meet your special requirements. Liberal appraisals. Immediate action. TNio delays. THE OAKLAND MORTGAGE AND FINANCE COMPANY 1432 Franklin Street " OAKLAND Telephone LAkeside 2866 ; Needlepoint Footstools 9 .75 These come from abroad of course and have the genuine needlepoint covers for which peasants of the Old World are famous. Colorings are lovely; the frames are hand-carved; they're 7 inches high and the top measures 10x14 inches. A "Better Homes" piece of furniture you will want in your hornet The Vogue in Enamel at moderate cost 3 -pc. Bedroom Suite Breuner's plans to furnish not only "Better Homes" but prettier, homes! You'll understand bow carefully this point is considered when you see this pretty suite. It is finished in a soft, pleasing shade of apple green and old ivory and has hand-painted floral decorations. It is decorative enough for the guest "room and would be an unending delight for the young daughter's room. Full-size Bed, - Chest and ' Choice of Dresser or Vanity $ 99 Priced-separately : The Bed, $29.75. Cheat, $29.75. Dreaaer or Vanity, $39.50. Bench, $9.75. Chair, $10.75. Stand, $9.75. Toilet " Mirror, $9.75. -. Th -from Berkey SD Gay e "Sir Gerinaine" 8'pc. Dining Suite ' This suite is another evidence of Breuner's ability to select beautiful things for the home! It is a study in true Jacobean motifs; the bullous turned legs, the split half-turnings that are particularly early Esglish ; the carvings and hand-carved overlays all "are true to tradition. Large surfaces of walnut with Pollard English oak swirls and oak burl panels are among its many other delightful features. Table Buffet, S Side Chairs and Host Chair 4$B - and other pieces China Cab-$ f n inet, 1 60 The Cheat, '80 I Needlepoint , Chairs Our own importation! Hand-carved frames ; genuine needlepoint upholstery; exquisite colors; several pat terns. lira Jt nr U Lt L.lUi I .11 li I 111 'I ! -v . m Wtnitt sm a- 1 m 1 urr. tr ... Mll'lVI I I I I LI I Ml l l rH ' (TTTTTl r 1 - 11 i-- ---I- . yS Shop at Breuner's for Occasional v 0AIS;AND )) fi Furniture that U, fashionable $ 15th' APARTMENTS l'.v -. Tom Churchill . 3206 6 1st Ave. ' Phone TKiniAad 662 HOT-N-KOLD RirKmnnrl Everything for Yoar Home ssctrkt SHOP: OF OAKLAND 232 14th SL Nfir Ilntrl lnklnn4

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