Thursday, September 8, 2011

This week's Best of Craigslist!

As many of you know, I love to peruse through the local craigslist and see what is out there for the taking!  There are so many deals out there that can make your home unique and beautiful!  Some require some TLC and some are just fine as is.  Without further adieu, here is the best of craigslist for this week: 

Just imagine this antique sofa reupholstered in a creamy off white duck cloth - so chic!

I just love this heartpine tray!  It is so classic and absolutely nothing needs to be done to it.  A tray is great for putting on top of an ottoman when you need the ottoman to be used as a coffee table!

The next 2 items are only $50 for both!! What a steal!!  Again, they need some paint and new fabric, but at that price you can afford to reupholster!  I love the classic lines of these older items. Sofa and chair

This little floral bench can help brighten up a space!  It's only $30 and nothing needs to be done!

This wingback chair would look beautiful in a girl's room.  It comes straight from an interior designer's home for only $200.  I would bet the condition is immaculate!

The next chair is from Ethan Allen and is a beautiful salmon color.  It's a steal for only $300 (and you could probably talk them down lower!).

I think this Pottery Barn rug would go nicely with the Ethan Allen chair above!

Paint this round side table white, add it in with the rug and Ethan Allen chair and you've got yourself a nice reading nook!

Needing chairs for your dining room?  These gorgeous, classic dining chairs are only $300 for the set of 6.  You can't go wrong there!

And lastly, if you need bedside tables, here is a classic set that would be a great addition to any bedroom. Solid mahogany with dovetail joints, you know that's good quality!  The possibilities are endless - you can paint them, change the hardware, or leave them as is.

Disclaimer - I am not selling any of the above items.  They are simply listed on craigslist by owners that are unknown by me:)

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