I quite liked this Mid Century Looking chair and I almost bought it but luckily my girlfriend talked me out of it. It was only 5 dollars and I thought it would look pretty decent next to my Milo Baughman Chair. Unfortunately, The chair was pretty cheaply made. It was sturdy enough for me and my girlfriend but it was a bit rickety. There also were no makers marks on it other than a faint "IL." Needless to say, we passed on it and I never looked back.
Up next, we have this quite tacky (if you ask me) Broyhill sofa. This is the first 4 person sofa that I can recall ever seeing and it was only $40! I told my girlfriend that we could maybe fit it in the Scion xb jokingly. We didn't get this couch, but I showed my grandma later and she says she should have gotten that one instead of the not so comfortable leather couch she says she paid a small fortune for about a year ago.
Here we have a buffet which is missing the top. I could see a faded outline of where it used to be. This Buffet was only $40 though and I passed since it also had a broken knob on the top drawer. Other than that, it was it pretty decent condition. Just the normal wear and tear. On the back it says it was made by Thomasville Company in 1959.
We stopped back at a not-so-local thrift store where I bought that Chromcraft Chair for $7 and the other 2 were still in there. It was hard leaving them for a second time, but I didn't need them! So my girlfriend and I left empty handed.
Here is a pretty neat Bookshelf that I liked, but not for $11. It had a great Mid Century Look to it. My girlfriend also liked it because of the slanted shelves on it. She suggested that we could paint it if we did get it but I'm still not too sure about that $11 price tag. It's a little beat up, but if it was $5, I probably would have bought it.
Here is the Melmac that we bought last week! We got one Branchell Divided Dish, One orange Color Flyte Plate to match my Set of Color Flyte, and one no name yellow plate. The divided dish was $1 and both of the plates were 50¢.