Add some spring to your dining room with a set of 5 coral and turquoise chairs, only $125 in Boston. Other great deals include a metal desk and chair in New York for $20 and a vintage chair & ottoman in Baltimore for $25. The best of the East is after the jump!
Different colored dining chairs is a fun way to add personality to your space, and you can get that look with this set of 4 in Washington, DC. We also have some fab finds $50 and under, including an Eiffel base in New York, 2 brass end tables in Portland, and a pair of mod chairs in Providence. The best of the East is after the jump!
I'm not sure what it is about this coffee table that catches my eye — maybe it's my obsession with brass, maybe it's the different cantilever-style shape. Either way, head to Hartford and it's yours. The high & low of Mid-C desks is in New England, as well as cool curved sofas. The best of the East is after the jump!
Craigslist has its fair share of free sofas, but thanks to a reader tip, here's one that we'd pay for. A lovely powder blue with a tufted back, if you're in Philadelphia, please give this one a good home! Boston has some deals, too: an entire living room for under $300. The best of the East is after the jump!
Neutrals are nice, but bright colors always catch my attention. If that's what you're looking for, there's plenty of colorful items along the coast today. Let's start with this lemon yellow sofa in New York. A desk in Boston is the same sunny hue, and a trunk in Baltimore is a cool teal. The best of the East is after the jump!
Because the house is so old (built in the 1830's!) I like to imagine all the different people that lived here, and what the place was like in the seventies, or during mid-century modern phase 1, or during the civil war...the list goes on!
If you're looking for that statement piece for a sun room or porch, there is a beautifully carved Eastern-style swing in Washington, DC. Alternately, if you want to take on a new project, there are some inexpensive items that could use a refresher. A secretary desk in Boston could be stunning with some love, and a plain nightstand in Philadelphia begs for some flair.
All signs point to great finds along the coast, starting with this vintage metal sign in New York. There's a pull-down map in Boston, a globe in Philadelphia, and a ton of shabby chic in Washington, DC. The best of the East is after the jump!
It's April — are you ready for outdoor entertaining? Washington, DC has everything you need, from this pair of modern lounge chairs, to steel cafe chairs and a red patio set. Mid-Century must haves like the Eames Hang It All and George Nelson's Sunburst clock are available in New York for under $100. The best of the East is after the jump!
There's no scurvy on the coast today with these pops of bright citrus hues. An orange Roche Bobois leather sofa can be found in Portland. Boston has a CB2 desk and filing cabinet in lime. The best of the East is after the jump!