It's been a little while since I dropped by my old time-wasting standby, the Williamsburg Antique Mall, but I had a few minutes and decided to drop by. As always, I spotted a few gems I thought I'd share.
This poster about Peanut Butter had me cracking up, and I legitimately think it could be a fun kind of kitschy poster for a breakfast nook, playroom or even office. Its design is retro in a good way, and clearly the seller knew it because it was priced at $64!
I've been needing a desk chair at home for a while and I really should maybe consider going back for this old desk chair. It was $70, and totally comfortable and I think would look especially great with a very modern desk like this one.
This horse doorstop would look badass on a mantle or bookcase; it said it was $59 FIRM.
I'm always imagining how I would decorate a man cave, and I'd love to buy some of these canoe paddles and hang them up horizontally. I think they'd also look great in a beach or lake house. I picture a room with lots of white, so the age of the wood really pops.
Victoria Hagen. I think it was about $165, but it's possible my mind is playing tricks on me.
The Williamsburg mall rarely has midcentury stuff, but one seller had a few items, including this really fabulous teak Danish lamp with a tweed lampshade. This would go great in my imaginary man room, right?! It was $85.
How bout ya'll? Spotted any great items recently? Any ones-that-got-away?