Like Goodwill and Salvation Army, Faith Farm sells goods donated by locals. But since much of their space is outdoors, they need to get things sold asap, which means, deals,deals and more deals. It also doesn't hurt that the workers are suckers for a girl with a smile. Let's just say my friends and I have walked outa there with some pretty amazing steals.
I hadn't been in years. But when my friend Asanyah and I were fishing for items for the Obama pop-up store we did recently, we decided to swing by.
Since I'm now an old (I use this term loosely!) married woman with a child - whose toys have taken over the entire condo - I couldn't purchase a thing! We are literally busting at the seams in said condo and will be house hunting soon.Here are some treats we stumbled on, most of which were under $50.
I really wanted a few of these but I'm hoping they've found some loving owners.
|Look at the legs on this mama? Sexy!|
|Some amazing possibilities here with these nightstands/end tables. Paint, new hardware and they would be spiffy.|
|Frames galore for a $1 to $3 a piece.|
|Loads of potential here with this sea of coffee and end tables|
|Huge crush on this glass beauty. The shape is killer and would be quite the conversation piece don't you think?|
|This table and chairs would be perfect for a breakfast nook or as a dining table since it can be expanded. I'm not even sure I'd reupholster!The purple fabric looks fab.|
|Please take us home and show us some love...|
|This thing of beauty had sold stickers plastered everywhere! Smart shopper. Someone got a really good deal here.|
|I have a thing for wing back chairs. Just a stately piece of furniture that some folks don't have the sense to show some respect! I once rescued one from the trash. She is now a thing of beauty in my office.|