Mid Century Mondays // 45

The last few weeks we have focused more on finishing projects than shopping for new pieces.  This week we finally got lots of shopping in and bought lots of great pieces.

 My first find of the weekend was this amazing Danish teak queen bed with floating stand.  SOLD

Mid century recliner & ottoman by Selig.  SOLD at Hawthorne Vintage.

Maps of Oregon our always popular.  This vintage framed map of oregon is drawn with amazing detail.  SOLD

Danish teak rolltop desk now available at Hawthorne Vintage.  SOLD

Walnut room divider storage unit.  This piece is great for displaying all of the smalls in your space.

This "sheaf of wheat" side table is an iconic piece of Italian mid century design. Sold

This huge oil painting of a field of daisies is a great way to bring cheery color into your home during the long dreary Portland winter. Sold

Very comfortable vintage sofa.  Sold.

We bought many more pieces than our pictured.  The rest of the pieces will be shown in our next post.

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


  1. I can't get over the good condition of the upholstered pieces. I love the wheat table and daisies painting. I also host a link party on Tuesdays, called We Call It Olde, for any post on antiques, vintage, history. Love to have you. Take care - Dawn @ We Call It Junkin.com

  2. Love the orange you chose for the Selig recliner and ottoman! And the room divider is classic.
    Your shop must be an adventure for mid-century modern enthusiasts.

  3. Love the floating bed frame. Thanks for hosting Mid Century Mondays.

  4. I've wanted one of those bed frames since I first learned they existed. And I love the brass table! What a cool find!