Hi Chris!

26 Mar

Oh. My. Dear… Lord of beautiful couches.

Chris is selling this blindingly stunning heaven-sent mustardy couch. That frame – those angles – those cushions. He is asking $600.00, and honestly, that is well worth the money and will only become more valuable over your wonderful lifetime together. But hey, isn’t that why owning antique furniture is amazing anyhow?

Hate to sell it, but it needs a new home.

Wonderful vintage 1964-65 Mid-Century solid wood frame sofa with original mustard yellow heavy duty vinyl cushions.

Frame is solid. Cushions still very firm and comfy—no sagging!!

The sleek modern styling of the frame and the yellow vinyl make this an absolute classic—–Perfect for you mid-century modern fans looking to furnish your groovy pad with authentic pieces. (Hi Mimomito!)

Small amount of water spotting on one arm–this can be easily refinished if desired by new owner.
Cushions are near perfect–no issues.

Gotta see it to appreciate it.
$600. Original Post

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4 Responses to “Hi Chris!”

  1. Chris J. March 26, 2011 at 1:10 pm #

    Thanks for the shout-out! The sofa really is a beauty. I’d like it to go to an appreciative new home. Also have a MCM Lane end table on CL now. Goes great with the sofa!

    • Serene March 26, 2011 at 4:14 pm #

      Could you link us to your other item and we’ll post it!

  2. joe mountain March 28, 2011 at 8:49 am #

    I LOOOOVE this sofa so much!

  3. Stoney March 28, 2011 at 10:20 am #

    Why not just go on craigslist and grab the link real quick? There’s a bunch of MCM you’re missing on CL.

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