What an amazing week and a half! I have shipped many items and have been working hard! I am happy to announce that in the last week I was able to complete the restoration on the beautiful sectional and it has been scheduled for pick up with the shipper. My upholsterer had the cushions ready for me in 24 hours after I left them. So great to see this couch with perky and soft seat cushions!
No doubt about it, this is one sexy sectional!
She is headed to South Carolina to be the star of am 1800's built home! I know she will fill the role with grace!
I have arranged shipping with a great company with limited delivery areas in the south (based in Atlanta) and also has service in the mid Atlantic (based in NJ). They were able to save my buyer $200 off the chairish quote with plycon!
My lights have been going out the door as fast as I can go over them! The gorgeous 4 light pendant fixture is on the bus headed to Nebraska. I will be working on the tension poles next. I also picked this beauty up yesterday! What a fun piece for a retro kitchen nook!
Love those daisy accents!
I also picked up a great bookcase! It features sliding glass doors and a fixed shelf.
I picked up a great little bookcase that features sliding glass doors and a fixed shelf. It is in great condition. I will be adding it to the etsy store and although I could bus ship, I'd prefer a local meet because of the glass, I may work it into my booth as well.
Size is 36" by 12" by 35-1/2" tall
i also scored a pair of chrome Bertoia chair knock offs in a great counter height. Front of seat is 23-1/2", top of back 40" from floor. Knowing how most folks want the look without dropping up to $1000 a chair and honestly, the bar and counter height chairs are not as common to find in the secondary market, I picked these up. They look new as there is tag residue on them. Seem sturdy and will add some class to a kitchen counter or bar. I will be pricing them at $150 for the pair and taking them to the mall space for cash/carry local peeps. Only a Knoll aficionado will recognize that they are not the real deal so your secret is safe with me! 😂✌️
Chrome finish. Super great pair!
These will be great in a modern kitchen!
I have both rockers in my possession and adore them both! I will say the tan (Greige) shell is more of a collector piece since it is very early. Dates 1951-1953 and is the first modification on the original Zenith production shells. It's a harder, and in my opinion, more fragile fiberglass than the Summit Plastics black shell. From my research, I would date that one as late 50's or early 60's. It has the S circle Summit logo and the double triangle logo plus the Herman Miller logo stamped into the fiberglass. The upholstery is in good shape with only one puncture tear and some marks/discoloration on the vinyl. Very minor issues. Both of these chairs are iconic pieces of MCM design and recognizable by even the most novice of fans. Such a cool piece to add to your home and definitely will not depreciate in value. I have taken great care to restore them so they are in ready to use condition. Perfect for parents to be! The chairs really do not take up a large footprint either, so you can slide into a tighter space. Locals can see them both in person to decide!
Both listings are live in my etsy shop. Stop by to check them out!
Looking for restored items? I still have a few super pieces looking for homes, fully restored with new fabric and all issues tended to. Pop by and see if you can accommodate one! Bus shipping available!
Gorgeous daybed with all new cushions on metal hairpin frame. Features Bentley Indigo fabric from Joybird.
A gorgeous pair of Heywood Wakefield pull up chairs in Vibe Aquatic fabric from Joybird. (Buy one or both)
Heywood Wakefield pull up chair in Vibe Sunkist by Joybird.
Thank for popping in to hear about my adventures and thank you for supporting my small business! XO Malissa