Add a little shabby chicness to your space with this French Provincial side table in Washington, DC. Boston has a vintage wardrobe trunk, and New Yorkers can score a lucite office cart. For more great finds along the coast, the best of the East is after the jump!
Many times, vintage armchairs look great, but aren't the comfiest. These low, stuffed beauties in New York look like something you can relax in. Elsewhere, we have a cool turquoise chair in Boston, and a terrarium cabinet in Philadelphia. The best of the East is after the jump!
The Boby trolley is a small space organizational workhorse with style. If you're looking for some of that in a festive shade of cherry, look no further than New York. There's also a space age Sputnik chandelier in Philadelphia for $50, and a faux bamboo mirror in Boston for $100. The best of the East is after the jump!
Whether your room is full of color or mostly neutrals, this club chair in Washington, DC will fit right in. subtle multicolored stripes will complement a wide range of hues. An innovative New Yorker took a chrome swivel base and attached it to an Eames DCW, and the result could be yours. The best of the East is after the jump!
Today's finds include some great upholstered items from a few popular names. A green CB2 Chet sofa in Boston is a modern take on the Chesterfield. New York has a pair of Jonathan Adler chairs, and there's a pair of Pier 1 lamps in Washington, DC. The best of the East is after the jump!
Earth Day is this weekend and more retailers are using the occasion to offer sales and events. CB2 is planting trees, Unison is offering free shipping, and Lumens is having a green lighting sale. Check out these sales and many more in The Weekend Guide, pass it on and send us your own sale or event.
A smoky take on the classic Tulip style dining set is available in Washington, DC. An octagonal table in Philadelphia could use a little love, and New Yorkers can pick up a campaign dresser and 2 matching nightstands for $150. The best of the East is after the jump!
Check out this mid century sectional that offers lots of seating area, but with a small frame that's easy to lift and move! Another gem: Plycraft chairs originally purchased for Congress. Bostonians can snag a Heywood Wakefield lounge chair & ottoman, while New Yorkers have another George Nelson clock to choose from. The best of the East is after the jump!
Looking for a cool, clean lined sofa? Look no further than Washington, DC and this modern piece for $250. Something a little more futuristic lies in Boston with these chrome and glass end tables. Philadelphians can grab a pair of vintage chairs for $50. The best of the East is after the jump!
If you're looking for a little restoration project, get your hands on this vintage metal chair in New York. Rusty in spots and saggy cushions don't take away from what this beauty could be. In Philadelphia, there's a marble table shaped like a lightning bolt, and gorgeous end tables along the coast. The best of the East is after the jump!