Scavenger: Mid Century Sectional sofa with Knoll fabric for $600

Scavenger: Mid Century Sectional sofa with Knoll fabric for $600

Jeanine Brennan
Feb 9, 2009

This sweet mid-century sectional sofa spent most of its life in Palm Springs before its current owner fell in love with it and shipped it cross country to Boston. It's upholstered in cocoa Knoll velvet fabric and can be put together many ways, including as a single long sofa. Which makes it a perfect size for just about any living room!

Lots on craigslist this week! We found a Heywood Wakefield lazy-susan coffeetable, two elegant 1940's side chairs, and four bent-plywood Hill-Rom chairs that would make any table look proud. Also... a vintage oak Library file, a sweet industrial red metal stool, and a custom decorated French bureau. Click below to see these and a more, including a vintage set of hand-carved Wooden Folk Art toys from Russia.

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OTHER GOOD STUFF

  • Antique Oak Library File for $165
  • Vintage Plywood and Metal Hill-Rom Eames Era chairs, set of 4 for $100
  • Russian Wooden Folk Art Toys for $100 for all
  • CUSTOM DECORATED tall, French Style bureau for $300
  • Set Of 4 Solair Orange round plastic Vintage Designer Chairs for $400
  • Old French Style Chair for $150
  • Pair of classic vintage 1940's side chairs, perfect condition for $750
  • Restoration Hardware: Pendant Light for $20
  • Danish Modern Proebber (?) sectional loveseat for $1000
  • Heywood Wakefield Mid Century Modern Lazy Susan Coffee Table for $250
  • Little Industrial Metal Red Stool for $15
  • Hermes Orange-colored vintage Sears Juicer for $5
  • Vintage Danish Modern daybed for $250
  • Eames Plycraft knockoff lounge chair for $350
  • Modern Crate and Barrel Couch for $130
  • Knoll/Saarinen Tulip Table & Chairs for... $???

    Thanks, Craig!

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