Happy Friday, everyone! This week was the first full week of April, and we’re off and running to a great start. Spring is in the air, which means a lot of people are doing spring cleaning to clear out the old, to make way for the new. We love it when people donate their spring cleaning items to us- not only does it prevent these items from being tossed into the landfill, but it also means these items get a second chance in a new home! Here is a post to highlight some of the gems that came through our doors this week.
1) West Elm Furniture
We still have some lovely West Elm furniture available. What better way to usher in spring than to introduce a lovely powder blue couch into your home? This beautiful blue hue reminds us of colors that can be found in nature during spring, like clear skies and calm seas. If you need some ideas on how to achieve a clean and minimal look this spring, check out our older post here.
2) Mid Century Dining Set
This is probably by far one of our all time favorite pieces. We can tell our customers loved it too because it sold in less than a few hours after hitting the floor! Mid Century furniture is trending right now because of the minimal elegance it brings to any home. It’s modern, chic, minimal, elegant, yet functional. This particular set was in meticulous condition, with a beautiful walnut trim around the chairs and base of the table. Our favorite part was that the walnut frame of the table could be seen through the glass top, what a beautiful touch!
3) Shabby Chic Wrought Iron Floral Patio Set
Another trending style this spring is the shabby chic look. Who doesn’t want to live in an adorable cottage styled home? White wrought iron floral patio sets are especially sought after because of how amazing they look in gardens. We’ve seen two chair/one table sets go for as much as $300. This particular set included one large glass patio table and 9 chairs, perfect for having people over for iced tea and outdoor dinner parties.
4) Mid Century Credenza
This is another beautiful mid century piece that we received as a donation. We love mid century credenzas as bedroom dressers, living room storage, and even for studio work space displays! These highly sought after mid century credenzas can be found at flea markets, antique stores, and mid century modern shops.
Which items were your favorite? Comment below to let us know!