Busacca Gallery offers consignment support programs to select artists and antique galleries. Their job is to assess their clients' marketing needs and deliver a highly effective Internet strategy, including a custom-tailored solution to generate ongoing profits with a low cost of participation. Their client Internet solutions are conceived at Busacca Gallery, an elegant display space located in San Francisco's affluent Russian Hill.
It is the best place on the Web to buy and sell art between $500 and $10,000. And it’s free; no posting fees, subscriptions or advertising costs. It is a beautiful, carefully edited, gallery-like site that makes money on the margin between the minimum bid and the gallery price of an object. The works range from exquisite antiques to masterpieces from living artists. BusaccaGallery.com is the perfect solution to the problem artists and art owners face when they think about selling their pieces: do they set up their own site and go through all the pain and costs involved, or get lost in the crowds at other posting sites and Internet auctions that charge to participate? Who’s to say their art or Victorian onyx chess set won’t wind up next to someone’s Hello Kitty lunch box? The investor appeal of BusaccaGallery.com goes beyond its importance as the only free, consignment art gallery on the web. The mid-range vision of the business is as an information seller based on the data collected in the course of art postings and sales. That’s where the big money is.
Monday, January 30, 2012
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Million Dollar KitchenMore than $300,000 was spent on the custom-designed saltwater aquariums, one of which doubles as a bar.
The kitchen includes a separate seating area designed for enjoying the Florida sunrise.
This Florida kitchen features dramatic vaulted ceilings and custom wood cabinetry. The countertops alone cost more than $150,000.
This state-of-the-art game room features an impressive array of electronic games, TV monitors and other pleasing distractions.
This one-of-a-kind space, with custom build glass floors, is even more impressive when lit at night.
When space for more game stations ran out, the dining room became a game room annex.
This garage houses both vintage classic autos and modern sports exotics. It also comes with its own car wash.
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Instead of facing the street, the front of this house looks out onto a canal. Taking a cue from West Indies architecture, a second-story porch juts out over the first story. Drought-resistant plants like crape myrtles, boxwoods, and palms decorate the facade.
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Typically indoor elements such as draperies, an Oriental rug, and throw pillows make this outdoor space feel like a traditional entryway.