There are gorgeous detailed finds along the coast today. Check out this Carved teak room divider in Washington, DC, a Greek key lamp in New York, and rose iron shelf brackets in Philadelphia. The best of the East is after the jump!
Just off of Washington Square Park in Philadelphia, there's a small art gallery called the Bridgette Mayer Gallery. A champion of innovative contemporary art, owner Bridgette Mayer exhibits international artists from around the world. She also just finished an amazing year-long renovation of her gallery. With it, the exhibit space has more than doubled in size. However, it's the basement (or Level A, as Bridgette calls it) remodel that really struck me. It's hard to believe that a space that was so musty to start with, could ever be referred to as anything other than a basement...
Doesn't this vintage credenza make you want to tango? Pick up this tangerine dream in Washington, DC. The coast is overflowing with awesome seating, too, like a pair of velvet barrel chairs in Baltimore and a retro floral sectional in Boston. The best of the East is after the jump!
If you're in need of a small metal lamp, Boston has one for a Hamilton. New Yorkers with the space, there's a gorgeous mirrored French armoire. An octagonal coffee table in Washington, DC is just looking for a martini to rest on it (on a coaster, of course). The best of the East is after the jump!
Happy Leap Day, everyone! Today comes around only once every 4 years, so we're bringing you rare and unique finds along the coast. Check out this Overman-style sofa in New York, a brass paneled end table in Boston, and a working Edison phonograph in Washington, DC.
The view is not included, but this vintage velvet Chesterfield sofa in Boston makes a pretty big statement on its own. Brass is big today with the standout being an architectural lamp in Washington, DC. A sleek zebrawood dining table is waiting for someone in New York. The best of the East is after the jump!
Good morning, Scavengers! The coast is clearly full of great finds today. A marble coffee table in Philadelphia is chic, a vintage fan in New York keeps it cool, and a clean-lined sofa in Washington DC goes for a song if you're okay with a little pet damage. The best of the East is after the jump!
I'm loving this Danish triangular coffee table in Philadelphia today. For New Yorkers buying in bulk, there's a set of 4 Eames scoop chairs on casters, and for Bostonians still on the Honeysuckle train, there's a dresser waiting for you. The best of the East is after the jump!
Add some pop to your floor with a brightly colored kilim rug in Washington, DC. New York has mid century design classics at good prices, and there's a free sleeper sofa in Hartford — just add your own cushions. The best of the East is after the jump!
Today's Scavenger runs the gamut from opulent to natural. We start in New York with a Italian gilded rope and tassel coffee table. In Washington, DC, a table lamp made from a gorgeous piece of driftwood is up for grabs. From shi shi to the sea and everything in between, the best of the East is after the jump!