This trip was fun. I didn’t bring home a lot, but I did see some fun stuff.
First, the kids’ area.
What wee one doesn’t need a jigsaw?
This’d be more fun for a vintage book collector than a kid today, I think.
I think that riding an inflatable rhinoceros was probably not the first thing Chad thought he’d be doing when he decided to go into modeling.
Another item more for a collector than a kid: a Rugrats watch from the 1990s.
Random stuff time!
Anyone need a pedestal?
I almost bought this food scale, but I found a cleaner one on another shelf.
Two blasts from the past: a photo printer and a touchtone phone from AT&T.
Honestly, antiques like this make me nervous more than anything. Like, it’s probably not historically important, but what if it is and I wreck it by splashing coffee on it?
I thought this was an odd back for a chair.
I love this desk. I have no room for this desk.
This dresser is what happened when people suddenly decided they didn’t like the space-age sensibility of mid-century modern anymore.
Did I bring anything home?
I did! One of our dining chairs has a cracked seat bottom. I saw this sturdy Windsor chair and knew it would be a good replacement. I used some points from the store’s loyalty program and only spent $5.
Thanks for thrifting with me!