You've got one of them there "eclectic" tastebuds, eh? One of them design aesthetics that runs all over the map. You dig Heywood-Wakefield, mission-style, and arts and crafts, but boy, that Queen Anne would look swell in your anteroom. You've got turquoise and goldenrod everything but can't take your eyes off that smooth black and pink Eighties lamp. You like clean lines and kitschy clutter, and the furious amalgam that is design of this last century drives you nuts, nuts, nuts! Damn, you've got it bad. Where to go? What to do? Head on down to North Loop, to Room Service, bubby, where for 20 years (Happy Birthday, R.S.!!!) the vintage crew has been outfitting the interiors of Austin's weird and wonderful. And if you missed their spankin' 20th anniversary par-tay in September, fret not, they supposedly have a big shindig in the works to celebrate the erection of a brand new sign.
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