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Here’s a nice little upholstered chair just waiting for someone to take it home. While it’s nothing particularly special to look at, it is comfortable. It would make a great camp or porch chair, or even one for the … Continue reading
Here’s a nice comfortable chair that would be great for your bedroom or den; it’s an unassuming little chair (well, it’s not all that small), but is great for curling up in. The only question is … what color … Continue reading
Entertainment Center #1 (pictured above) has sold. #2 below is still available. We have two inexpensive entertainment centers, priced to sell… just $30.00 each! Both can be used as is because they are good and sturdy (you might want to just cover … Continue reading
If you’re looking for a good, solid dresser then this should fit the bill. Our rock maple dresser (or bureau) is the real deal. None of that crappy, flimsy, particle board stuff. This dresser can handle loads of moving and … Continue reading
We have a good, solid – and inexpensive – dining room table with 3 matching chairs available! While it does have a few dings & scratches, this maple set is well worth the money at $95.00! Condition: The table and … Continue reading
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia “A fainting couch is a couch with a back that is traditionally raised at one end. The back may be situated completely at one side of the couch, or may wrap around and extend … Continue reading
SOLD! August 2016 Sale! Very Nice 6-Foot Double Pedestal Dining Room Table – Was $125; Now Just $62.50!
This double pedestal dining room table is in very good condition, with just a couple of flaws, which you can see in the pictures below. There are a few dings on one side of the table (as seen by the white … Continue reading
This hutch (known as a breakfront) is GORGEOUS. Timeless, elegant and very solid, you won’t find a better piece for the money. What’s a breakfront? Well, it’s an older term for a large cabinet or bookcase whose center section … Continue reading