May 9, 2023 - News

Here's how a San Antonio store is tied to "Walker" and "Love & Death"

"Love is Blind" fans, do these look familiar? Photo: Courtesy of Nan Palmero

A local furniture liquidation company has an interesting connection to HBO's "Love & Death" and the CW's "Walker, Texas Ranger."

Driving the news: Nan Palmero, director of marketing for Office Furniture Liquidations on Bandera Road, tells Axios that production crews for both dramas shopped the store's inventory to complete their sets.

  • Vintage conference chairs were purchased for "Love & Death."
  • Desks and file cabinets were bought for a police station in "Walker."
A wooden circular table with a cylinder-style base.
How about this table? Photo: Courtesy of Nan Palmero

Details: Both shows are currently in season.

  • The season 3 finale of the CW reboot featuring San Antonio's Jared Padalecki will air on May 11.
  • "Love & Death," starring Elizabeth Olsen, premiered on April 27.

What they're saying: Palmero thinks the production teams, both based in Austin, found the store on social media. He believes Office Furniture Liquidation's 1,600 Google reviews may have played a part, too.

The intrigue: The store is also stocked with furniture — from couches to nightstands — that you might see on Netflix's hit dating show "Love is Blind."

  • Prices range from $29.99 to $299.99.
  • Palmero says the company sources inventory from warehouse overstocks and companies getting rid of scratched and dented furniture.

Yes, but: It's not the exact furniture that was used on the set, but it is the same design.

The bottom line: If watching sparks fly on TV lit your fire for interior design, Palmero says the store has plenty of furniture in stock to bring the "Love is Blind" vibes home.


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