My spring semester has started with school, and I'm intimidated. I'm just taking two classes again, but it's going to be a LOT of work. Reading, yes, to be expected, but lots of writing this semester, too. But I'll make it! Taking a break from reading some fabulous Eudora Welty stories for class, I love scanning CL. It's like thrift store shopping when I don't have time to actually go thrifting. Since I'm not in a position to actually buy anything, I'm posting some of my favorites. :) Enjoy!
This Welbilt range is right near me in North Decatur. Only $100! It doesn't mention whether or not it works... It would almost be worth it even if it didn't... Except we actually cook these days.
This is listed as a 1952 Kent Coffey Highboy Dresser. I love ads like these, where they clearly love the piece, but never once use the phrase "mid-century modern" or "Eames era." It's listed at $110.
This piece is not a diamond in the rough. It's a diamond, but the owner knows it. :) It's listed at $600, but claims to be a Peter Hvidt design. It's beautiful. Look at the edges!
I love these vintage high chairs. I just always worry about the safety... This is only $25! I love the image on the chair back.
This might be one of my favorites. It's described as a toybox, and I just love the shape and colors. It reminds me of a carnival. But in my opinion, it's too expensive. $50? I don't know. I guess in a booth it would be that much. Either way, it's adorable, right? I will point out that it's been up for a while, and keeps getting re-listed but with no price drop. Take a hint?