2nd fl 8 School Street - Gorham - Maine

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Furniture for your Home

You might think that the shop is nothing more than Pyrex and other Kitsch-collectibles. While those are both very popular with our customers, we have been doing a brisk business with our furniture pieces.

This charming chair had seen better days. With a new coat of paint and new cushion, it would make a great addition to any room.

This table also needed some work. The old finish gave it an unappealing dated look. Now with a fresh coat of paint, the details pop out. Ideal for a hallway table or positioned behind the couch, it is priced at $60.00.

This is a beautiful signed print (55/200) titled "Bottenkil Fly Fishing" by local artist William King. Nicely framed and matted, it picks up on the colors of this vignette, black, green and chartreuse.

Although not a Vintage find, it follows the store's mission of repurposed treasures and showcasing original art. $28.00


The chair is $25.00 and the pillows are $6.00 for the pair.

The second framed signed print (6/95) titled "Ducktrap Bridge II" is by Willie Eaton. $25.00.


The shop also has larger pieces that are multifunctional. This 3 drawer chest would be perfect for a Bedroom or in a Nursery repurposed as a changing table...... a piece that could transition from infant through teen years.

Measuring 3 feet wide, 19 inches deep and 35 inches tall, this chest of drawers would work equally as well in the Dining Room as a buffet, suitable for storing silverware and linens.

The 6 gorgeous glass knobs are original to the piece which is priced at $200.

Of course when you think Vintage, a piece like "Nana's kitchen stool" certainly comes to mind. This sturdy stool is $55 and is part of a table set that will soon be up in the shop.

So if you are redecorating your home or looking for furniture for your first apartment, please be sure to pay us a visit. We will be glad to help.

2 comments:

  1. Hello!
    Just stopped in the shop on Sat and I loved it. I will be back soon, hopefully for the coffee sign if it is still there! If you get a chance, check out my blog at rescuedgoods.blogspot.com Really love all of your vintage finds!
    Vanessa

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