Mid Century Mondays // 25

This was another fantastic weekend of picking.  Here is a day by day breakdown of what we found.

Friday:  On Friday I went to a great sale where I was the only mcm buyer.  I was able to get all the pieces I wanted with no competition.

The white Bretford floor lamp has now been rewired and is now available at Hawthorne Vintage for $75.  The Eames arm shell chair is the first one that I have found this year.  The plycraft style chair needs some work and an ottoman.  It should be available in a few weeks.

Saturday:  On Saturday I shopped at the Eastmoreland neighborhood garage sale.  It is the largest neighborhood sale in Portland with 143 garage sales. It was a great experience and I discovered some incredible finds.

 Richard Nissen rosewood and chrome candleholder.  SOLD on Etsy.

I was surprised to find two black Plycraft style chairs in two days.  SOLD

My favorite find of the weekend was this pair of Spoleto chairs by Marcel Breuer.  SOLD on eBay.

Sunday: On Sunday I didn't find anything at my usual flea market stop but I went to an auction and left with the one lot that I came for.

Set of 4 Thonet armchairs.  Will be reupholstered and available soon.

What did you find this week?
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Thanks to everyone that continues to link up with us and join our link party. We're excited to have you! Please join us with your finds! Make sure to link up with another awesome link party too at: A Living Space

Here are a few of our easy rules for our Mid-Century Link Up: 
  • Please link up recent blog posts sharing your finds for the week, it doesn't have to be all mid-century, but we would prefer that you have at least one to share. 
  • Please remember to link back to this blog - thanks! 


  1. Great finds! Love the candle holder!!

  2. Wow! Every weekend you guys score! Love the candle holder and all the chairs!

  3. Great finds. Love seeing them. Thanks for hosting.

  4. Love your finds this week. I learn more every time I visit. Thanks for hosting.