Is this adorable? It's a wooden kitchen table in yellow and orange. It's from the 1950s and is only $40! Wish I bought it. Didn't.
Equally adorable is this 1950s Hans Olsen table and chairs. It's Dutch, and $600. Bought it? No.
Here is something else I didn't buy and I hope my sister doesn't read this blog before someone else snatches up this lovely guy. It's a "large concrete bear lamp" and it's only $250. You don't want it. It's hideous. But delicious. And only two broken teeth.
I love this walnut drop leaf table. Not for outdoors, of course. But it's lovely. $350.
Ironically, the only thing I was interested in had no pictures attached. FYI, I have emailed for pictures. But I probably won't be buying it. I mostly think about buying things. It's much more frugal.
And might I just say, it's APPALLING how many people misspell the word "dining." Today is Sunday. I have looked through the Sunday and only half the Saturday listings on Craigslist. It's not because I'm tired of looking. I'm quitting before I become more depressed about the state of our public schools. Easily 20% of the people listing dining room tables on Craigslist this weekend forgot the two consonants/short vowel rule. Or never learned it. I'm not (much of) a spelling snob, but come on people.