sometimes i like it better when a city's craigslist doesn't have much to choose from...quantity-wise.
i mean, it's either there or it isn't.
whereas a place like NYC has soooo much to sift through it can give you a headache.
even though they would be more apt to have that "one thing" that blows my face off.
food for thought people.
food for thought.
alphabetically we are at arkansas...specifically little rock.
lots of good wicker and shit.
60's wicker hanging chair- $200
fan-back wicker chair- $40!!
for my purposes i would give it a white wash and put a fuchsia or kelly green cushion on it.
vintage wicker floor lamp- $125
wicker etageres- (specifically the one on the left)- $50
3 wicker storage tables- $100
to build your room's layers and add a bit of texture.
and there were mirrors:
big ass mirror- $45
the detail looks pretty.
big ass ribbony mirror- $75
daughter's powder room?
vintage chrome stacked ball lamp?!?- $42??!!
2 little brass desk lamps- $10each.
deal of the day.
wooden cylinder lamps- $30.
great as is or..
you could spray them any color for some lacquery goodness.
a vw van:
fully restored 1969 VW van!
this is cooler than everything.
get your ass to arkansas, drive to california and never look back.
2 cute wicker and wood side tables- $60
california casual vibe.
custom made marble table- $50
rattan set- $750.
yeah, it's expensive but not TERRIBLE expensive.
and imagine it on a porch with your favorite fabric and accessories..
i'm just sayin use your decorator eyeballs.
canary yellow velvet tufted sofa- $95
supposedly this is yellow yellow.
as always i see this against a chocolate lacquered wall.
brass peacock from india- $15
vintage chrome tables- $75
large wool rug- $225
great price, pretty rug.
vintage 150pc. brass flatware set- $75.
brass? in hot pink velvet?
brass and glass table- $50
seriously. look at this fucking animal and his cords.
but that table is the business.
chinoiserie cabinet- $125
ohhh the possibilities.
the next 3-4 craigs searches will be dedicated to california.
bc that state is full of cities worth investigating.