Measurements are 50 wide X 18 deep X 64 high
Here's another cool vintage buffet hutch. If you remember, I did a piece similar to this a couple weeks back except it was just the bottom half. Here we have a 1 piece solid wood store all for your dining room. There are 2 sliding glass doors for the top 2 shelve portion (not pictured due to reflection) The cabinet doors have a fixed shelf behind them, and the top drawer has a lined sectioned off space for your flatware or other goodies.
Measurements are 50 wide X 18 deep X 64 high
I am selling this absolutely beautiful sofa. The fabric is a very soft chocolate with a super thin almost corduroy pinstripe and is in like new condition. No rips or tears anywhere. The legs add a great touch of vintage class in an espresso finish. The back of the sofa is very high giving it a really nice mod look, especially with the wings. Super comfortable!
Measurements are 57 wide X 34 deep X 40 high.
Just think of how you'll feel sipping a martini while lounging in these barstools. Put them with a bistro high top table or at your bar. Either way, they'll look great in your vintage inspired / eclectic home! One is turquoise, and one is orange. This is the original fabric, however if your not the "mis-matched" type, district does offer upholstery, and you choose your own fabric! Black base, chrome footrest and feet caps (one cap is missing) Comfortable and sturdy!
Measurements are 16 wide X 18 deep X 40.5 tall. Seat height is 30 high
Add a touch of vintage class to your home with this sexy little number. The top and drawer front have been stripped and painted white. The vintage hardware really pops off the drawer front.
Measurements are 20 wide X 28 deep X 20 high
Legs, legs, legs! That's what caught my eye on this piece! When I found it, it was in a terrible beat up condition, but I knew the legs, when painted, would look really beautiful and ultimately bring this cabinet back to life! I then went to an antique store near my house and found the hardware. The owner of the store told me these door pulls were over 100 years old. Awesome! This would make a great credenza, buffet, cabinet for your kitchen, or even a TV console.
Measurements are 36 wide X 16 deep X 38 high
Beautiful 3 door Credenza / Buffet. The top and sides have been painted a bright white. The legs have the signature bronze caps. Holes have been cut out of the back for wires if you'd like to use it as a TV console.
Measurements are 50 X 16 X 28 high
This was another custom project that I did for a friend and I am in LOVE with the outcome!! It turned out even better than I imagined. He came to me with a pretty typical problem, he had a beautiful lamp that is sitting on an Ikea table and needed an upgrade. I sent him a pic of this beat up old antique table and he saw potential! The orange and blue were pulled from his rug to accent the table. I cant wait to see it in his place!
I had posted a piece similar to this a while back. I was contacted by someone wanting the previous one and I explained it had already sold but I had another one exactly like it and she could customize it however she liked! She went with the same striped theme but instead of blue stripes, she wanted orange! It came out great! And I am exc
Here is a great Mid Century Modern dresser / Console / Accent Table for those of you who are tight on space! This 3 drawer dresser has been re-purposed to a vintage orange giving it a nice warm feel. The drawers have hidden pulls along the bottom which looks clean & sleek! It could even work as a nightstand, small buffet, credenza or TV stand.
Measurements are 30 wide X 18 deep X 31 high
Every now and then I post a piece of furniture by Kroehler. Today, I thought I would give you a little insight into this historic Chicago company...
In 1902, Peter E. Kroehler bought the Naper ville Lounge Co., a maker of wooden lounge chairs and upholstered furniture. Kroehler built a new factory in Naperville in 1913 after the original facility was destroyed by a tornado. Soon thereafter, he renamed the company Kroehler Manufacturing Co. This enterprise soon operated across the country and employed several hundred men and women in the Chicago area. By the middle of the 1940s, with over $20 million in annual sales, Kroehler was the second-largest furniture maker in the United States. During the 1960s, when the company employed close to 8,000 people around the country, annual revenues passed $100 million. The company struggled during the 1970s, closing its historic Naperville factory in 1978 and ending its operations in the area.
This solid wood china cabinet is a perfect example of why Kroehler was so successful in its day! One solid piece. 3 drawers down the center, and 2 doors. Glass top does not remove.
Measurements are 56 wide X 18 deep X 70 high