So, are you ready to go yardsaling with me again?
There weren't any neighborhood sales near me this weekend, but there were plenty of sales around. I headed out fairly early and hit a couple in Brook Highland, a really nice neighborhood in my neck of the woods. This Duncan Phyfe table, chairs and buffet (which wasn't out there) was marked at $400. I thought that was a great deal! What newly married person wouldn't like to start off with something this classic in their diningroom. I have a thing for those harp designs anyway.
An obviously vintage old rocker definitely needs some work, but was $20, so maybe a project for someone to tackle.
This pretty oil painting was $20, nicely framed too.
This would be perfect for a kid's room, at $75.
Dresser was the same price.
And these sturdy pink bookcases were a good price at $40 each. All they need is a coat of paint...I can see these in black, can't you?!
This little iron birdbath was $5. I'll probably put it over on the baker's rack. I'm painting that rack and teacart aqua, gotta pick up some spray paint this week!
I just love him!
Still collecting things for the black/white room redo, I found these really nice chunky wood lamps, $7 for the pair. They need a good cleaning and then I've got some fun plans for them. I'm thinking about putting a black damask stencil on them, gotta play around with that. And I may add some black shades or maybe even some funky black/white fabric shades (damask or zebra?!), since I can cover my own very easily. We'll see how inspired I get. I'm letting this room just come together as it will. I've got a few things put together already that I'll show you soon and of course, I'm trying to do it without breaking the bank!
With my love of all things black/white, I can hardly pass up clothes either. This cute skirt was $2 and the brand name, Molly & Maxx (which I've never heard of). It fits perfectly and I'm really digging the elastic waist these days. :) And last, you all should know about my obsession with bunnies by now. He was TOO adorable to pass up at $5 AND he passed the really special bunny test. Only really, really special bunnies can come home with me these days. This little guy stands 11" high. It's amazing, I have hit several yardsales this summer who are obviously bunny collectors too, so I'm definitely not the only one out there.