1. Wagon Wheel Chairs
I’m Mildly obsessed with wagon wheel furniture. If I had a house with a finished basement I would be tempted to decorate the whole thing in mid century wagon wheel furniture, it’s just so kitschy and cool. These chairs are pretty awesome but I don’t have a finished basement awaiting a sweet wagon wheel collection and if i’m going to go through the hassle of buying thrift store furniture It has to be something I know I can use. So I left these for a better home.
2. Barber Chair
This chair is pretty cool but it was also pretty beat up. One of the arm rests fell completely off and I also have no immediate use for it. So it stayed at the thrifts.
3. Mosaic-y Lamps
These are cool and I kind of regret not getting them but I have enough lamps and don’t really need anymore unless they’re something I can’t live without. These I could live without so I left them.
9. Dirty Wavy Lamp
I liked the pattern on this lamp and thought if cleaned it would have a lot of potential. But again I don’t really need anymore lamps.
10. Mid Century Sliding Door Bookcase
Ok I kind of regret not getting this. It was only around $10/11.00 and I’ve wanted one of these for awhile. The catch? I want one with glass doors and these are solid wood. In hindsight I should have gotten it anyway but I guess I’ll wait for the next one I see.
11-12. Cat Statue and “Marble” top side table
I really liked the egyptian cat statue but it was like $14.00 and that seemed a bit pricey for a decorative cat. The side table was really cute too but one thing I really don’t need is another side table.
13. Emily Anne cross stitch
I have an old friend named Emily Anne who is exactly one day and eight years younger than whoever this cross stitch was made for. I kind of wanted to get it but I decided to just take a picture and maybe send it to her later.
14. Dress Form
I like the idea of a decorative dress form to hang clothes and stuff on, so when I see them at the thrifts I’m always a little interested. This one was a whopping $50.00 so I kept on walking.
I liked the design on this pitcher but didn’t need one.
16. Mid Century Lawn Chairs
These lawn chairs were pretty cool but they were also in need of refinishing and were a bit pricey at about $70.00 for the pair. They’re very cool but were a bit expensive and not really practical for me right now, so I passed.
17. Mikasa Cups
I thought liked these but they were kind of small and into larger mugs at the moment.
18. Mid Century Small Dresser/ Nightstand
These dressers ( there’s a twin behind it) were nice and would be good storage. I think they’d be cute with different pulls. But A.) They didn’t have a tag and B.) I realized I liked them 99% because of the mid century style legs, which you can buy anywhere. I decided to leave them since I really wasn’t in love.
19. Jelly Bean White House