Happy Friday! Is it time for a cocktail? You'll be in the mood for one with this cool lucite bar set in Philadelphia. Other fab finds include a wacky Philippe Starck table in New York, a trolley cart in Boston, and a chic nightstand in Washington, DC. The best of the East is after the jump!
Don't the warm wood drawers against the crisp white paint on this Washington, DC dresser? There's a worn metal desk in Philadelphia with a lot of character, and an impressive rosewood dining table in New York. The best of the East is after the jump!
Double your pleasure with 2 mint green vintage chairs! These and some lucite nesting tables are my favorite finds in New York today. The rest of the coast is boasting some lovely pieces by Lane, including a chest in Philadelphia and an end table in Baltimore. The best of the East is after the jump!
Nothing looks better than well-worn leather, and this mid century daybed in New York has got the look. Other cool finds include an antique camelback sofa updated with ikat in Boston, a creepy/awesome piggy bank in Washington, DC, and a groovy record cabinet in Baltimore. The best of the East is after the jump!
Today's Scavenger has the chic pieces to help build a cool, vintage space. Starting in New York, there's this cashmere tufted loveseat with chrome accents. Boston has a teak corner cabinet unit, and Philadelphia and Washington, DC have lovely vintage lamps. The best of the East is after the jump!
This weekend marks the beginning of Daylight Savings Time. We'll be taking the next step toward spring but we'll also be losing an hour of our weekend. Check out the sales and events we've rounded up in The Weekend Guide to make the most of your limited time. Then, pass it on and send us your own sale or event.
A great solution for desks seen on both sides: this original Lane piece has credenza storage on the front! Check it out in Washington, DC. Long-sofa'ed New Yorkers, there's a 6-foot coffee table waiting for you. Boston's got bedroom sets covered. The best of the East is after the jump!
Check out this statement piece in Washington, DC. I bet you never thought you needed a bright green dresser with hot pink pulls, but it's sure to be up someone's alley. Speaking of alleys, you can grab a reclaimed bowling alley table top in New York. Philadelphia has a cool end table made of twigs.
Today's Scavenger holds many items for the kitchen and dining room. Boston has a drop-leaf butcher block table, while Hartford and Philadelphia each have white French Provincial style sideboard buffets. Check it all out, the best of the East is after the jump!
Need a little shelter? Check out this cool blue shelter sofa in New York. Other fun finds include a campaign-esque dresser in Providence, hexagonal table in Philadelphia, and a tulip-based floor lamp in Washington, DC. The best of the East is after the jump!