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Wooden picture frames

By AMY SCHERZER, Times Staff Writer
© St. Petersburg Times
published August 2, 2002

These frames weren't salvaged from your grandmother's attic. Brandon artisans Lisa and Mike Smith made them of reclaimed wood painted in a soft palette of colors to look old and crackled. Prices range from $42 to $82 at the Rusty Rooster, 3031/2 Magnolia Ave.

If shabby chic is your thing, you'll find antiques make up 95 percent of the shop's collection of furniture, mirrors, linens and paintings. Call 254-7109 for hours.

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