season around the joint and I needed a breather.
SO.....since I'm on wallet lockdown, I decided to see what Southeastern Salvage had to offer us.
If you aren't familiar with the store, let me break it down for you. I stumbled across this wonderful establishment RIGHT AFTER I moved into my house.
Had they been open when we were building, I could have saved a chunk of change.
They carry all sorts of random goodness. Decorative items, garden pieces, plenty of outdoor furniture, indoor furniture, pillows, even jewelry.
They also carry tile granite, sinks, hoods, well.....pretty much everything, including the kitchen sink.
Now that I have you intrigued, here's what I spotted today.
|I would love a set of these horns, or tusks, or whatever they are...|
The black ones on top would be great as bookends and the
ones on the two lower shelves would be a great addition to a mantle
|Prices weren't too shabby|
|They always have these market totes in stock ($12) and do monogramming in the store.|
VERY reasonable monogramming!
These totes are fantastic to keep in the car with extra diapers, wipes, change of clothes.....
ya never know!
I have a LOT of these at home!
Very much like the Ballard version.
|Wooden bread bowl ($12)|
|Horn magnifying glass ($12)|
I've seen these elsewhere for much more!
|Loved these retro outdoor pieces.|
$129 for the love seat.
These reminded me a lot of a set my grandparent's had on their porch when I was little
|Cool assortment of metal seating ($79)|
|X Back dining chairs.|
I REALLY love these.
$77/ea. Very similar to Ballard's Constance chairs
|If you remember my older post about these,|
well, they got a new shipment!
|Stainless pendant light fixture.|
Would go great over an island or bar.
|I'll take one of these in black, please! $199|
|Santa brought Beckett one of these for Christmas! |
I wonder if he got it here!
And by the way, I refrained from buying one thing!!!!