Craigslist is one of the best resources for buying and selling used items. Unfortunately it can be overwhelming to sift through thousands of results when you're trying to find something special. Here are some tips to help you become a Craigslist pro!
When I'm shopping for furniture, one of the first places I check is Craigslist. It can be daunting to scour those links looking for the right piece to complete your home. But it doesn't have to be!
So yesterday I was perusing Craigslist looking for a room divider, and I came upon the weirdest thing. The tower/stand pictured above. How I got there searching for room dividers, I have no idea. The point is, there it was. A 20 foot tower. The seller says its big enough
Amanda found the goofy lamp pictured above courtesy of Craig and transformed it into the PB inspired lamp pictured below. The original costs $269, whereas Amanda's knock off set her
The Eames Lounge (670) and Ottoman (671) set by Herman Miller is, to me, not only the most iconic piece of mid-century design, but the most perfect piece of furniture. Ever. And a new one in cherry or walnut start at $3,000, and a 50th anniversary chair in Santos Palisander rosewood starts at about $4,500, with authentic vintage chairs fetching that much or more.
My new-to-me Frank Doerner copy, on the other hand, cost me just over $100. I...
It's Design within Retch: D-Listed Decor highlights the very and most awfulness of Craigslist's home decor offerings.
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