If you have been to the Casa Victoria website recently, you have probably noticed a few changes popping up. Because our inventory changes so frequently, we decided to add a section to the site that showcases the four hottest items that we think you'd most like to know about. Excited, yet?
Casa Victoria takes pride in doing the digging, so you don't have to. The items that are lucky enough to make the "Hot Items" list every week, are those that we think are going to move fast! So if you see something you can't live without, make sure to call the store at 323-644-5590 ASAP to see if the item is still available.
1970s Tropical Sunset Framed Painting
You'd love to break away from the daily grind every few months and whisk yourself to some tropical island somewhere. Unfortunately, you live in this place called reality.This 1970s tropical sunset painting comes complete with a frame. Fill your boring work space with tropical reminders and watch your office demeanor change for the better.
The imprecise lines of the lamp's stripes might drive your Type A friends crazy but since they hardly ever come over for gatherings anyways, it doesn't really matter. Let them feign control of their lives in the safety of their own homes while you have a wily party with all your creative pals.This large striped, mid-century pottery lamp has a high glaze and appears to be dripping wet.
Hickory Furniture, started in 1901, was one of the lucky furniture companies to survive the Great Depression due to smart mergers and loyal employees. After WWII, they saw a huge boom in sales because military veterans were looking for furniture to furnish their new homes.This green French-style arm chair was handcrafted by Hickory Furniture in 1964. This naugahyde chair has two small wheels in the front and retains its original patina. The hand tacked detailing is enough to drive any mid-century lover mad.
If you don't acknowledge your outdoor space as an extension of your home, you are missing out on valuable square footage. To light a fire under you, plan an outdoor summer gathering two weeks from now. That will be sure to motivate you to start tackling those projects you have been putting on the back burner all year.Each of these vintage metal star lanterns was handcrafted in Mexico. Use as is or have them wired for electricity. They would be absolutely dreamy hanging on a summer patio illuminating the craft-your-own mojito station.
Large: 41 in tall x 41 in wide $295
Small: 30 in tall x 30 in wide $249