Pieces with Potential

I recently came across some great furniture pieces at my local, favorite consignment store.  So much potential with these pieces and amazing prices!

I wish I had a client who needed a dining room table.  This would be so pretty (spray!) painted in antique brass/gold, or my color of choice, navy, and surrounded by slip covered parsons chairs.  I think this table was less than $200.

 

I think this coffee table would look elegant in a living room painted cream.  I especially love the fretwork detail in the corners.

 

You may remember the hutch that I picked up recently.  I came across this one at the store with fabric in the back (looks like wallpaper, doesn’t it?)  So pretty.

 

And of course I couldn’t leave there without finding another chair that I wanted.  Wicker, too.  My favorite.  $89.  Left it there.

 

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And thank you so much,Jenny, for sharing Ellie’s room with your readers today!

 

 

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3 Comments

  1. Posted December 20, 2012 at 2:49 pm | Permalink

    Oh my goodness!! Those prices are incredible and the pieces have so much potential!! I believe you’re in Jacksonville, right? My dad lives in Winter Park and we hopefully are visiting him in the spring. If so, I might need to make a trip up to Jacksonville!! And, I saw Ellie’s room on LGN – her room will always be a favorite of mine!

  2. Tricia
    Posted December 20, 2012 at 5:15 pm | Permalink

    My gamut is from Jacksonville and we are coming for a visit in Jan can you tell me the name of this consignment store? The pieces you have shows are gorgeous. Love the hutch!!!! Love your blog!!!
    Happy Holidays!
    Tricia

  3. Posted December 20, 2012 at 10:44 pm | Permalink

    I love that coffee table and dining table. I don’t need either, but that usually doesn’t stop me. Congrats on the LGN feature. You are so talented!

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