Mid Century Mondays // 38

Fall is officially here in Portland and the wind and rain have come with it.  Saturday was the only day that I went out picking but it was a very productive day!

The pick of the day was this pair of mid century lounge chairs.  The one on the left is a rocking chair!  We are going to make new cushions for them soon.

I was also surprised to find this Danish teak record cabinet.  It has a flip top that allows you to store the record player on the second shelf. // Sold
My restoration project for this week was this Lane Acclaim drop leaf dining table.  SOLD

Heather's upholstery project this week was this Paoli Chair Co. rocking chair.  It is upholstered in 100% Pendleton wool.  The wood frame is refinished as well // SOLD

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. Loving the newly finished rocking chair! I have a new in package Pendelton wool shirt that belonged to my Uncle, probably from the 50's because I don't think he was a medium for long.
    I didn't know it was a high quality product until I mentioned it to my Grandparents and saw their face light up. Now to figure out what to do with it... It's really warm feeling. I bet your chair is so comfy and cozy!

  2. How much are you asking for the dining table?

  3. i may just have the matching couch to your lounge chairs. complete with no cushions on mine either!
    retrocitytrash in the midwest.