Happy 100 to me!! I realized last night that I had reached the magic number of 100 sold flips!! That doesn’t count clocks, boxes, lanterns, etc, only furniture. And I also counted pairs as one, so technically I’ve sold over 100 items since I started selling three years ago.
What was the luck 100th piece?
What made it even better was that it was the one piece I REALLY wanted to sell yesterday. It’s a big, ol’ heavy, awkward-to-carry 1970’s end table. I REALLY didn’t want to have to take it home and carry it up the stairs only to have to take it back to market next week. I priced it to sell, and sell it did! PHEW!
It’s hard to see but the glass doors are dark yellow which is why I went for the yellow color. How many of you grew up with similar pieces of furniture? I know I did! My mother bought a set which include a coffee table and two side tables–one of them in the shape of a hexagon. No glass doors though, wood. Ugh.
I found it on the side of the road and it had three feet, one was missing. I tried to see if I could find another one to make the four, but no such luck. So I opted to just remove the feet all together.
I’m glad it found a good home. The girl who bought it was excited and luckily her roommate’s boyfriend was there and was given the job to carry it back to the apartment. He was a big guy so I’m sure he no problems.
She also bought this little cutie.
I’ll post more later and share with you the story of the horrible people who came into my booth. Stay tuned!