Rejuvenation Bedroom Furniture
Featuring a clean, barely-there design, our Dawson Drawer Pull offers up a fresh hardware style. Made in America by one of the country's last hardware foundries, this handsome brass hardware is SCS certified to contain 94% recycled material, making it a less noticeable and highly efficient hardware solution. Brass Mounting hardware included Made in the USA
From hardworking steamer trunks to Early-American blanket chests, our collection of vintage trunks combines some of favorite things: oak, steel and brass hardware, traditional styling and plenty of history. Each makes a fantastic piece for show or storage, ideal as a coffee table or bedroom bench. Historical Style: Industrial Labeled McBrine with "5-Ply" construction. Condition Notes: Incredible patina on all materials, including the dyed leather, floral liner, and brass hardware. See all photos for details of wear, both inside and out.
Simple design with just a few scrolls as ornamentation. Strap-work makes for a fairly resilient and comfortable seat. Rusty finish, which has been clear-coated to prevent further weathering. Historical Style: Victorian Condition Notes: Plenty of rust and wear – all commensurate with age and character.
Unlike any other trunk that has ever come through our shop, this hand-built storage piece is made of aromatic cedar and is embellished with a carved MOTHER plaque on the front. A wonderful, good-smelling piece. Historical Style: Traditional Condition Notes: Some slight wear in the original finish – all commensurate with age and use.
We imagine that this incredible bar cart traveling up and down the aisles of a Streamline steam engine, serving fashionable customers beverages and cigarettes. Today, the original steel finish has worn to show fantastic rust and patina. Historical Style: Art Deco/Streamline Condition Notes: We clear-coated the metal to prevent further age and restored the casters so they roll and swivel easily.
This fantastic cabinet is the perfect way to protect and display your prized possessions. Made of industrial grade metal, with well-preserved olive green paint, this cabinet is the perfect size for your bookshelf or table, but eye-catching enough to add character to any room. Each drawer boasts a pair of steel handles, a brass number plate and separators to help with organization. Historical Style: Industrial Condition notes: Nicely aged vintage condition, including nicks and scratches in the finish.
Our collection of Vintage Desks hails from all different time periods and styles, from Mission-era library tables to steel roll-top desks. The Restoration Team in our workshop takes special care to preserve original finishes and patinas, waxing natural wood or clear-coating painted steel to maintain the character and authenticity of each piece. If you are looking for a unique place to study or create, look no further. Historical Style: Victorian Wonderful turning on the legs, continuing with carved elements on the drawer handle and apron. Would be a unique desk, dining table or kitchen table. Condition Notes: Some wear in the wood and finish – all commensurate with age.
Woven on a background of vertical stripes, this remarkable rug focuses on a central medallion, which depicts the crest of Mexico. An eagle clutches a snake in its claws, perched on a cactus. This is a truly unique piece, different than other styles or motifs, and even other pictorial weavings from this period. Large enough to serve as a focal piece on your wall.
Our collection of Vintage Dining Tables hails from all different time periods and styles, from Early American drop-leafs to pedestal-based cafe tables. The Restoration Team in our workshop takes special care to preserve original finishes and patinas, waxing natural wood or clear-coating painted steel to maintain the character and authenticity of each piece. If you are looking for a unique place to gather family and friends for a meal or a meeting, look no further. Historical Style: Traditional Likely salvaged from a cafe or ice cream parlor, with a few layers of green and white paint still in place. The solid oak top has wonderful character and a nice ogee beveled edge. Condition Notes: Plenty of wear in the paint on the base – has been clear-coated to prevent further aging.
Things we love: utility, rustic wear and nostalgia. Things this locker unit offers: see above. With 2 sections, sturdy construction and plenty of well-preserved character, this rusted locker unit carries lots of the charm and functionality. Each of the sections measure 70" x 12" x 15", perfect for organizing your busy mud room, studio space or retail shop. Historical Style: Industrial/Mid-Century Condition notes: Good vintage condition. A few spots of rust and plenty of nicks in the paint – all commensurate with age and only adding to the character of the piece. Please review all photos for more details.
Our collection of Vintage Accent Tables hails from all different time periods and styles, from mid-century teak coffee tables to Art Deco cocktail tables to raw steel Depression-era bedside hospital cabinets. The Restoration Team in our workshop takes special care to preserve original finishes and patinas, waxing natural wood or clear-coating painted steel to maintain the character and authenticity of each piece. If you are looking for a unique way to add functionality and character to your hallway, living room or bedroom, look no further. 29-3/4"W x 16"H x 29-3/4"D Historical Style: Mid-Century Modern Condition Notes: Lovely condition, with limited wear in the original teak wood and finish. See all photos for details.
Made from solid and veneered oak, with lovely weathered patina, comprising 36 dovetailed drawers. Likely salvaged from a apothecary or spice shop in the Netherlands (its place of origin), this cabinet would have taken up the entire back counter area. Historical Style: Industrial Condition Notes: Lovely wear in the original oak finish – see all photos for details.
Simple and efficient, steel filing furniture was a (somewhat) fireproof way of protecting important documents from the 1920's through to today. This desk top cabinet features two 4" x 6" drawers, complete with brass handles and label holders. Historical Style: Industrial Condition Notes: Some wear in the metal and finish.
This intricate, substantial, and exceptional weaving depicts a group of Yei figures, which represent spiritual beings in Navajo tradition. Yei figures appear throughout history, in many iterations. This weaving features 10 Yei figures, 7 standing and 2 prostrate, surrounded by a rainbow Yei figure. The bending body of the Yei usually represented protection. The bright colors and fantastic condition make this an exemplary piece.
Hailing from the Middle East, Central Asia, and modern-day Turkey, our collection of antique Turkish Anatolian kilim, flat-woven and hand-knotted rugs bears the telltale signs of a unique journey. Much more than ordinary floor coverings, these rugs may present themselves as a dowry of a bride, cradle of a baby, wall decor in a farmhouse, or grain bag of a villager. Unique to each region and village, the weaving materials, techniques, colors, patterns, and textures are aesthetic expressions that reflect the art, craft, and culture of Anatolian pastoral and nomadic life.
Salvaged from mid-century living rooms, barbershop waiting rooms and 1930’s night clubs, our collection of Vintage Lounge Chairs comprises some of our favorite historic styles, techniques and materials including tufted upholstery, tubular chrome and molded plywood. Pull up a chair and relax, our Lounge Chairs offer history and character, as well as comfort. Historical Style: Mid-Century Modern Incredible, mid-century styling with unique atomic-age shapes and a rosewood base. Condition Notes: Plenty of wear in the leather upholstery and cushions, particularly on the arms and corners – areas of high-traffic. Very comfortable.
This incredible oak sideboard features a mix of Revival styles and patterns, paying homage to Gothic and Renaissance motifs – capped by carved stone towers on the doors and side-panels. This cabinet was found on a trip through Europe, and it is believe to be Italian, carved in a Revival style in the 1930s. The small variations in the lovely carvings lead us to believe it may have been either a demonstration piece, or a skilled woodcarver simply showing off her skill. Originally, the petite and narrow sideboard would have held linens and diner ware in a formal dining room. Today, it would make a very unique storage piece in any space. Historical Style: Romance Revival: Renaissance Condition Notes: Some wear in the original wood and finish – all commensurate with age and use. See all photos for details. Original key included.
Featuring a Mid-Century-inspried, low-profile design, the Modernica Case Study® African Teak bedside table pairs perfectly with the Case Study® African Teak bed. Each one is made from solid Afromosia teak wood, and is handcrafted at Modernica's woodshop in California. There's an opening for easily storing books, electronics, and more, plus each table is finished with oil for further protection and to bring out the wood’s warm grain. For over 25 years, Modernica has proudly built each piece of furniture, one-by-one, at its five-acre campus in Los Angeles. It has been family owned and operated since it opened and is home to a world-class upholstery and woodshop. Mid-Century-inspired design by Modernica Quality teak with an oiled finish for added protection Open shelf cavity for easy bedside storage Product Specifications 19"W x 18"H x 18"D African Teak Ships directly from vendor Assembled in the USA of domestic and imported parts
Beautifully woven from very soft wool, in naturally dyed tones of white and brown - this early-century Transitional Navajo rug features a pattern of wonderfully asymmetrical crosses, paired with balanced triangles, which traditional Navajo pattern-builders often used to represent feathers or songs. This weaving features distinctive diagonal 'terminal' lines, and the handspun character of the yarns is especially evident in the lovely variegation of the naturally dyed brown. Tightly woven with original dyes still intact, this would make a lovely wall hanging or a well-proportioned area rug.
Salvaged from an early-century general or hardware store, this 15-drawer oak cabinet would have been used to organize parts, bits and bobs (traditional general store fare). Simple and no-nonsense, the cabinet has few frills or decorations – a deeper bevel on the edges of each drawer surrounds a perfectly patinated round knob. Historical Style: Traditional Condition Notes: Plenty of wear in the wood and finish – all commensurate with age.