The shelf unit on the far left is very shabby and the bottom third is totally rotted. I will cut it off and simply make it smaller. It looks to have been built out of old crates and palettes 50 years or so ago. It will still hold some appeal for someone once I rehab it a bit. The white table will get a sanding and paint job. The wire shelves appear to be an old market display stand of some sort. The small metal table will get sanded and repainted to go with my vintage metal garden chairs om my deck.
There is a funky hanging lamp base that will see some serious work. A box of vintage clothes pins, a bread box, some vintage hangers, a few pieces of vintage glassware and kitchen utensils, a galvanized tray, a life preserver and a bubble light candelabra for Christmas, a woven grass tote and a small metal shelf pretty much round out the haul.
This afternoon, I sorted and packaged up vintage clothes pins. There were four different styles, some quite old. These are ready for sale at the upcoming market.
Despite the small haul, I am still glad I went. It is a change of pace and always interesting to see inside an old home. It amazes me how many people seem to decorate their homes once and that's it. Don't think this home had seen any changes since the mid 60's. That just seems crazy. But perhaps I am the crazy one, redecorating my house all the time. Well, at any rate, I enjoy it and it keeps me out of trouble (mostly!).