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10 Aug

So much swag in a little tiny bean of a chair.
I really dig when this color of wood and white are mixed together.
This would be great for a teeny brass sculpture or your plant life.
15$ in sacramento.
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10 Aug


I have this fascination with things that can transform. It makes me feel like I am in control or something.
One day I might want a short and cute coffee table, maybe so I can eliminate the possibility of putting a ton
of unnecessary crap in the living room (that never works-but one can hope), or I can have great amounts of length
to welcome my crap comfortably. Options are great.
This table is in Dayton priced at 100$. If you feel like forgetting about responsibilities and taking
a nice scenic drive check out the original post

Antique mall: bookcase

10 Aug

Glass and wood is where I like it to be at.
You can store (yum yum nom nom) and display at the same time.
Then there’s that light that illuminates all your fancy junk. yess.
At 72 dollars you cant go wrong. They still got a sale going on dudes!
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10 Aug

100$ for this buffet.
Look at all that crazy drawer stuff going on here.
There’s one on the side, long at the bottom, and tiny cute one’s at the right.
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” Mid Century (circa 1950) Drexel buffet. Dovetail joints. 5 drawers. 2 doors.
Medium finish (ash or pecan??). Gold handles (not original).
Divided top drawer for silver and divided door area for platters. Good condition.”

C-list: Metal desk, End table

10 Aug

I fancy metal desks. I really really fancy this one.
It’s yellow, and has wood as the desk’s surface.
Unique in its own little adorable way.
This cute little bean is selling for 15$ in Sacramento.
Check out the original post here

Look at all the good looking storage going on here.
The dip at the top drawer, the fact that the drawer is half of the end table
to leave you room to display your junky type writer/stuffs, and those teeny little legs!
This guy is going for 45 dollars in sacramento.
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