Summer is always the most exciting time of the year to go hunting for furniture. The weather is nice and there are more estate sales and garage sales than any other time of the year. The season started off strong for us as I filled the van on just one outing. Here is some of what I got.
I found each of these pieces within a couple miles of each other. The pair of chairs and the Adrian Pearsall coffee table sold the very next day!
The one piece that is still available is this etched copper side table by Seattle designer Harry Lunstead. It's always fun to find pieces by Pacific Northwest designers.
Speaking of Seattle, I also found this complete set of Seattle World's Fair glasses in excellent condition.
I also found a set of 4 Thonet modern stacking chairs. Thonet is one of the world's oldest existing furniture makers having been founded in the early 1800s.
These chairs had some light wear but are now being refinished and should be available soon // Sold
Folding chairs are always popular in the summer. This set is especially well constructed and is upholstered with an eye-catching vintage fabric.
Lastly, I refinished a couple coffee tables that I found on my previous buying trip.