it's not that there is a ton of crap to sift through, there just isn't a whole lot of anything. like 5 additions to the furniture category in 4 days. i managed to find a few things in her areas but i did venture to detroit just in case...detroit is no picnic either.
here's heather's letter to me:
(*michigan people like to jack the prices of their shit up...be warned. my advice is to always offer half. if they are stubborn and say- no way assfarter! just say ok thank you and bye. watch the item...in a week if it's still there...call back and ask again.)
love seat and chair- $220 this is a great shape and reasonable for both pieces.
beautifully carved french sofa- $585 it is quite unique and you could make it waaay cooler by covering it in a gorgeous nubby black linen and maybe gold leaf the wood. drool. sexballs.
french provincial sofa- $300 same advice as above. or go opposite with some white linen and silver leaf. but the possibilities are endless.
3 piece antique settee- $400 gorgeous.
french settee- $300 probs too small for your sofa purposes but happy in a bedroom or next to your dining room table. cover it in something durable and washable. oh and forgo the tufting. i love tufting but not on this piece. it's like a fat chick in thigh highs to me for some reason.
couch-vintage settee- $300 way cool in an entry.
antique couch and chair- $300
antique sofa- $725 you can find these a dime a dozen in atlanta for 1/4 of that price.
victorian antique white sofa- $280 skirt off please.
queen anne sofa- $450 yummy. my favorite. offer half.
your welcome michigan heather.