It's so easy to clean and it's inexpensive to heat. Our floorplan is a one-room house (plus a bathroom and closet) with a tall exposed-beam ceiling and lots of windows. We have a rotating wood-burning fireplace so you can see the fire from anywhere in the house. My husband and I designed it ourselves to match our lifestyle and it's just been fantastic to live in a place that fits us so well.
Faux bamboo chairs decked out in sleek black paint? Why, yes please. I'll take two. You can too, if you follow the links below. And who knows - you might be interested in what else is out there as well. Happy Monday everyone!
This sideboard has a lot of heft. You'll hate getting into the car, but you'll love it once it's in your dining room. See if you can snag that kilim rug while you're at it, because they look great together. The rest of the West is a click away!
You could come up with a thousand and one uses for a couple of vintage medical cabinets, don't you think? These are just two in a long list of pre-loved stuff all across the western states today. Get started!
It's hard to say for sure, but this might just be a George Nelson Action Desk, which has been known to sell for $1,000+ at auction. Or, if you're in Boise, you can buy one for a whopping $45. Make your choice, after the jump.
This chair's lounge position puts you softly to sleep, but the turquoise color wakes you right back up again. Click below to make it yours, or take a look at the rest of today's great stuff. Your Western Scavenger awaits.
Denver has been transformed into Swankville today, with lots of chrome and fancy art. Nothing like shiny metal to class up a joint. Take a walk through the West, and see what's out there for you - it's all there after the jump!
Though our apartment suffers a bit from old building syndrome (poor water pressure, only a few electrical outlets, and a random pipe in the bathroom that gets burning hot from 5-7 PM every night), an overwhelming sense of 'homey-ness' is felt in every corner of our studio thanks to the craftsmanship and details that are rarely seen in modern apartments. Our cove ceilings, icebox in the kitchen, and green tile bathroom floor not only make our place feel more unique, but also give us warm tingles in our hearts when we think of all the people in the past 90 years who called this place home. We also feel grateful that our home has simplified our lives. Shrinking our space was painful, but because we took the plunge, we have surrounded ourselves with pieces that we love, not just like. We only keep an item if it is essential to our apartment (no junk). We even sold our car and now walk, bus, or bike it. We get a rush from being neat and clean, something we battled with in our larger home.
Lots of great seating today, beginning with this daybed from Modernica. Slide on over to the Togo style couch in Los Angeles, then settle into the sling chair in Denver. All these and more are just a click away!