If filling your abode with cootie-covered furnishings and tableware from a hotel sounds as unsavory to you as it does to us, hold that thought: Goods from the Hotel Bel-Air are up for sale, and the cooties you end up with might have belonged to Robert De Niro, Elizabeth Taylor or Carrie Grant.
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That's as close to royal germs as you'll get in L.A., so let's just call it patina. The hotel is undergoing a two-year renovation and all furniture, decorations and accoutrements must go to make way for new stuff.
People have been lining up at a Santa Monica storefront this week to get their hands on $825 chandeliers and $2 steak knives, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The sale at a former Circuit City store at 1251 4th Street happens from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. until everything is sold out.
More at LAObserved.