Okay, okay, you know I can't resist a campaign dresser, let alone a blue one; i'm a total sucker for them. Throw in some 70s style dining chairs, and I've all but moved to Albuquerque. Feel free to get there before me - just click below for the contact info.
Hmmm, what do you think of this crushed velvet bed? In pea green no less. The brass lotus light is also intriguing. They're just two of the interesting items in today's Scavenger, just waiting for you to snap up. Click below for the best of the West!
Between this velvet daybed in Seattle and the tufted green sofa in Portland, the Pacific Northwest has comfortable seating in the bag. No need to leave the living room for days on end. If your finger can do some heavy lifting, click below for the details on both!
We're keeping it classy in today's Scavenger, starting with this handsome, yet restrained, writing desk by Baker. It's over twenty years old, but it looks not a day over five. We should all be so lucky. Keep an eye out for other fine furniture, just after this!
Yowza. These Selig chairs are a statement, aren't they? Just try to stop your guests from ooohing and aaahing all over them. Stunning, yes. But they are just one option of many in today's Scavenger. So keep on clicking!
We fell in love with the large windows and high ceilings the moment we saw them. Good natural light is so important in Portland (you may have heard it gets a little gray here). We also love the picture molding. With more art than walls so it’s great to be able to rotate pictures as the mood strikes us without worrying about patching holes. It was the dining room that sealed the deal, however. We cook for friends and family often so when we saw there was room to feed a crowd -– we knew it was the space for us.
When I hear the word "upcycling" I generally think of specific products, but this project in Portland, Oregon is an interesting example of a how an entire building can go from tear-down to neighborhood asset.
It's so hard to find smaller scale, simple beds that are affordable these days. So it's refreshing to see this unadorned wooden set from Heywood Wakefield at $280. You can see this classic piece, along with the rest of the best of the West, right after the jump!
There's some great texture in today's Scavenger, from rush seats to studded brass to tufted leather. No matter what your taste is, there something great for you in these major city across the western states. Shop away!
Today, we have this credenza for $44 and a teak arm chair for $97. Tomorrow, I bet you twenty bucks something is listed for the low, low price of $9.99. Where do folks get their prices you ask? You'll have to find out yourself. Contact info is right below!