Too Much Good Stuff

Over the last 9 days we have been fortunate to find many wonderful pieces of furniture.  Fortunately many of them were in excellent condition and only needed light cleaning.  It is nice to see that there are still some pristine vintage pieces out there.

One of the pieces that we found that definitely needs work is this gondola sofa. Teddy Bear likes it just the way it is but humans would all agree that it could benefit from new foam and upholstery.

This Scandinavian dining set was found in excellent condition.  The corded seats on the dining chairs is in remarkable condition for its age.  Typically this style of seat is found stained and torn // Sold

I was surprised to find this sofa in such great condition.  I re-glued the base to make it more stable but the brown vinyl is all original.

This lounge chair is the one piece that we upholstered in the last week.

I was surprised to find this 1970s lounge chair.  It was designed by Milo Baughman for Directional.  The design is certainly outside of the scope of the modern design but it has its own unique character.  I like to think that it looks like it is wearing pajamas.

We are always on the hunt for a nice Starburst clock.  This example by Verichron is not one that we have had before.  I replaced the corded movement with a new battery powered movement // Sold

 Recently we sold a couple Lee Reynolds painting so I snatched this one up when I saw it.

Another unique piece we found was this walnut burl side table by Brown Saltman.  The burl pattern on the top is quite mesmerizing // Sold

 Lastly, we found this vintage executive chair.  It is a nice match for any of the 3 Danish desks that we have on hand right now.

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