The Hot Corner – Nick Klaus, Los Angeles, California

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This heavy centerpiece base is missing the crystal bowl it held. Photo: Krrb.com/NicksRentPayment?auto=format?auto=format?auto=format

This heavy centerpiece base is missing the crystal bowl it held. Photo: Krrb.com/NicksRentPayment?auto=format?auto=format?auto=format

As part of the series called The Hot Corner, we’ll be featuring Krrb corners that catch our eye with their well-curated inventory. Whether it’s upcycled, secondhand, vintage or handmade, be sure to see for yourself why we think these Krrbsters have it going on.

It isn’t getting easier for college graduates entering the job market. To pay the bills, Nick Klaus, a recent communications graduate of University of Southern California sells retro finds on Krrb. Nick won us over with his great descriptions and odd (yet cool) items for sale on this week’s Hot Corner.

This atomic inspired candle holder is retro-tastic! Photo: Krrb.com/NicksRentPayment?auto=format?auto=format?auto=format

This atomic inspired candle holder is retro-tastic! Photo: Krrb.com/NicksRentPayment?auto=format?auto=format?auto=format

Nick came across Krrb via Apartment Therapy’s renovated classifieds. (Ed. Note: If you haven’t seen it, check it out here!) The marketplace is ideal for him to sell the collectables he hunts down in Los Angeles. On the odd night, Nick does standup at the Comedy Store.

Doesn't this Bauer Ringware pitcher belong on your dining table? Photo: Krrb.com/NicksRentPayment?auto=format?auto=format?auto=format

Doesn't this Bauer Ringware pitcher belong on your dining table? Photo: Krrb.com/NicksRentPayment?auto=format?auto=format?auto=format

See why Nick’s corner is smoking at Krrb.com/NicksRentPayment?auto=format?auto=format?auto=format and help him make his rent! You can also read his design geek blog for the latest witty musings from this Los Angeles transplant.

 

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