Friday, January 15, 2016

Need New Furniture?

Last Wednesday after I dropped off my donation I checked out the thrift store and found this set of living room furniture. It's in great shape and I am guessing you can get all 3 matching pieces for $250. What a deal, huh? I am sure it's made much better than some of the items we'd see in the stores today.

 Isn't that sofa calling your name for a nice, long nap? It sure looks comfy. And this big round chair would be perfect for a grandparent to read to a child. I tested it and it is roomy. It's rather low to the ground though, a little difficult to get up and out of. 
 Or, for the more traditional person, there's a standard side chair (upper photo).
I'm sure, for just the right person, this set would be perfect....but  not for this person. How about you? Do I need to get this post out to more people? 
Yes, I do love thrift stores. I don't need to buy anything to have a good time. The simple things in life make me happy.
It's friday! Have a good weekend!!!


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    1. I actually think it is kinda cool. All that it would need is taller legs. Not sure about gold color.

  2. I don't care for the color, but if it was all reupholstered, it would make a beautiful retro set!

  3. I love thrift stores too, I call it therapy:) I don't have to buy, just look! The sofa isn't for my style or color:) HUGS!

  4. Oh wow, that color with the floral combined is really, um, er, something.
    But, I agree with Boopnut, if the set was reupholstered it would be very cool.

  5. That color gave me a nasty flashback!

  6. That is definitely a different livingroom set. I do love thrift stores too! Have a nice weekend.

  7. They would be perfect in the right home. Not mine, but I do have a Bohemian board on my Pinterest that I love going to. If I had a basement with room for a room to kick back and relax in, I would love to furnish it in a fun loving bohemian style.
    Keep Smiling!
    Your blogging sister,
    Connie :)

  8. Interesting furniture. I love the round chair and would certainly read to my granddaughter in it.