Someone else was busy going through the box of bathroom fixtures when I got there. I managed to pull these beauties out after he walked away. Thank you for leaving some for me!
I filled a big box full of architectural bits and pieces, wheels, rusty thingies, lamp parts, and the rusty old sconce that looks like a birdhouse.
Yes! They even left me some bling.
This is enough to keep me busy for a long time. Maybe it was a good thing we didn't get there when they first opened up.
First stop after lunch was Ohmega Salvage. This is always a fun place, but I rarely buy anything because they're just too pricey.
What a way to greet customers. Look at those legs!
Rare French Guy from 1920. $850.00.
Have you seen the September issue of Country Living? This reminds me of the front cover.
I love this color, but not for my bathroom fixtures. They also had sets in blue, peach, and yellow. This lavender set could be yours for only $1800.00.
I like these. I'm not sure why, but I really like them.
Next stop was Urban Ore. This place is bigger and junkier than Ohmega, but much cheaper too.
When pigs fly? You'd need a moving van just to get her home.
These were the only things I bought at Urban Ore, and one of the only places I can still find them at a reasonable price.
I'm so happy that I made this last minute decision to just drop what I was doing and go. The weather was perfect with temperatures in the low 70's and overcast skies. Best of all, we had a great time catching up with each other.