Here's how she rolls. Organized and boxed. Not used to this but hey you never know what you could find I mean after all she shops in better neighborhoods than I do.
Here's a close up. Now your salivating, right? Kidding really. Some great finds. Thanks Aileen worth the drive.
Since I was already out and about figured why not make a day of it and next visited my favorite salvage yard in the East Bay. They have all kinds of stuff here and the creativity just explodes whenever I stop in. This is the wood section. I mean really there is way too much. Right?
As I was walking out picked up a few more items.
A chippy door.
A few windows.
And this. If anyone can tell me what this is. Not sure why I bought it, maybe the shape, handmade not sure maybe I was hungry and it was shaped like a donut?
I was hungry so I had a quick lunch and decided to check out a thrift store on my way back home. Here's what I found sometimes you just get lucky. All of these will need some TLC but it's what I do. Of course with Danielle's help, lucky me.
Back to shop in Castro Valley to unload my goods and look what greets me at the front door. It happens, furniture just shows up. Rarely do I ever find out who leaves it but I do appreciate it. Thank you to whoever dropped this piece off. I can do something with this.
After greeting Michele I jet for the garage. Ya lots to see but I need to stay focused on goods that I can sell and repurpose. I ended up finding a load of stuff here, in the garage, outside in the storage and inside the house.
See that table. It belongs to me now. All wood, hand built, I can appreciate that. It just called my name, really.
This mirror from a vanity, had to have it.
Large blue glass bottle, love.
More stuff. Enamelware, soil sifter and oil pan.
Metal chair, grey and solid.
These four children's chairs. Not painting them no need to. Back home to clean my goods and write this blog. Come to the shop and see it all. All in all a great day off. Tired. Sleepy. Good night.