Back to the roots; the radical.

18 Dec


Completely ridiculous slug ottoman that folds out into a chair. What? SURE WHY NOT! $100.00 in Sacramento, sold by MK Retro.

“Apartment sized” teak credenza. I’m guessing that means.. compact, and not for storing your life’s treasures. $750.00 in Santa Rosa.

$130.00 headboard and nightstand in Land Park.

Wassily reproduction chair for $150.00! This poor guy has been on CL forever. Priced reduced from, heh, $250.00.

Danish wall unit for $545.00 in SacramentooooO!

No price on this dude, but the set has been for sale for a long time now! So sad! In Midtown.

Radio and record player in one, Bakelite exterior. Whoa – Retro keeen. $200 here in Sac.

Two wooden and laminate desks for $25.00 each! They are both very similar, but your choice, m’lady…

Nine drawer dresser in East Sac for $90.00. I like that price, boy.

Some-what hideous 70’s table set. But something about those yellow chairs are great. $150.00 at Do-Overs Consignment in Citrus Heights.

OH MY. I thought this chair was un-upholstered and that I was looking at the inner foam.. but I was wrong. This is the color. Whoops. $125.00.

But if you don’t like that chair top, guess what? YOU CAN BUY THIS ONE INSTEAD, and slap it on the base!! $150.00 in Benicia.

 

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2 Responses to “Back to the roots; the radical.”

  1. chris davidson December 18, 2011 at 5:03 pm #

    I think the $90 dresser is the most flippable. Plenty of meat left on the bone

    • Serene December 19, 2011 at 2:48 pm #

      ha! I’d have to agree. But usually anything solid wood, in my eyes, is solid gold.

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