Around town: Yuba City.

2 Dec

We’ve heard a lot of good things about Yuba so we decided to check it out.

Chickens! Already Yuba is offering the awesome!


First stop was thrifty bargain.


That green could poke your eyes out.

I really enjoy the texture and colors of these types of curtains. I cant bring myself to buy any of them though because of all the work it would take to make them function.



I am skeptical of puzzles from thriftstores. It would be the worst thing ever to work on that thing for several days and at the end find out you are missing 5 pieces.

Goodwill

EAMES LOUNGE CHAIR! jk jk. That’s a bad craigslist joke.


I bet this thing was a beast in it’s hay day.





After goodwill we were outta thrift stores. Toni saw a Salvation army car in the distance and proceeded to run after it in hopes of kind direction.

Thataway to Marysville.

American cancer society discovery shop


Ladies working the shop sent us on a wild goose chase.

Good thing Yuba has nice things to looks at.





Made it!



I think this thing was used for a cookie jar and a great aunt of 9 children put that there so the kids wouldn’t be so creeped out over her lurking around the corners peering into the kitchen waiting to pounce on a small cookie thief.

Two end tables.

This end table be hella sad yo. Three tiers instead of two.



Too bad this thing wasnt priced yet. Those hair pin legs were great.



Talking chair.


This dovetailed lane table was immaculate.

Interesting floor lamp.



Here’s what I got that I am real stoked on:

Wooden fruit bowl! Finally!

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3 Responses to “Around town: Yuba City.”

  1. Serene December 2, 2010 at 11:46 pm #

    These pictures are lit very nicely. Especially the lamp in the window :D
    Yuba looks like it was a goldmine! Guessing Toni found lots?

  2. joe mountain December 3, 2010 at 11:36 am #

    The salvation army had a decent amount of stuff but a lot of the furniture was kinda antique store prices. Like that lane end table was in gorgeous condition (bootiful condition) but it def had a pretty penny price to match.

  3. toniiii December 3, 2010 at 2:22 pm #

    Yeah, you can shop at 57th street for cheaper. Those two end tables were $250. They must be crazy!

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