Mid Century Modays // 40

 Recently it seems like we have been overrun with seating so this weekend I kept an eye out for storage and casegoods.  My efforts were rewarded with quite a few fantastic pieces.   

 When I found this credenza the doors were covered with sagging burlap.  I recovered them in brand new burlap and now it looks much better.

 Danish teak secretary with original key! // SOLD

Queen teak headboard with attached nightstands.  This is only the second one I have ever found.  They can be very difficult to find because queen beds were not as popular in the 1950s & 60s.

Lastly I found this wonderful Hamilton typesetter's tray.

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

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  • 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. 
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  1. Wow- that head board is pretty spectacular. You seem to always have such luck with the furniture. Is it all estate sales or do you have better luck with Auctions?

    1. Thanks, it's primarily from estate sales. I don't go to many auctions.

  2. You taught me new word usages today - storage and casegoods. Very descriptive. Thanks for hosting Mid Century Mondays.

  3. Thanks for hosting Mid Century Mondays. Have a great week.