I then spotted this beautiful tea cart in another room which was in excellent condition. It has a removable tray on top. It matched the color of the tables, so I knew it had my name on it too. (smile)The tables were the last things we were looking for in this room and the tea cart was definitely a bonus at $125. The room is finally complete. (He he, that is, until I find some other little treasure).
My friend, Lynn , hosts estate sales throughout the year but I rarely seem to make it to them. Either they are too far or my schedule just doesn't permit it, for whatever reason. A couple of weeks ago, I was under the weather and not doing a whole lot so my schedule was more free than usual. Her husband called me to give me the heads up on a sale preview for the following day. (It was not going to be advertised till the day after that.) I told myself to get over there and see what they had. I was so glad I listened to myself. (smile)
I had been keeping my eyes open for end tables for our sitting room. (I had mix-matched ones.)
These tables were one of the first things I saw when I got there. I immediately told her to hold them for me while I looked around. They matched my decor and for $50 each I couldn't pass them up. They are old and made by a company named Brandt. Anyone ever hear of that Company.
Thanks for visiting today and have a good weekend.