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Jubilee Furniture = new beginnings for quality used furntiure!

This week has been one of beautiful crisp mornings full of promise as I drove past lines of kids waiting for the school bus and thought fondly of my own two - now both in college - when we would make an event of the first day of school. New clothes, new notebooks, new teachers, new studies - amounted to equal amounts of excitement and fear. I remember watching for the afternoon bus wondering if the day had gone well or not. There is something special about the start of a new school year. Something wonderful about the cool nights when you can finally turn off the constant hum of the air conditioner. Something magical about leaves still wearing every shade of green yet knowing they will soon change to yellow, orange and red. Such hope. Ahhh...

Though not as exciting as a brand new start of a brand new school year, it's not unusual for someone who finds themselves at Jubilee Furniture for the first time to be pretty impressed by both the quantity and quality of our inventory. This week is another that will not disappoint!

So, join me as we take a look at some of the new-to-us items you'll find at Jubilee Furniture today (Friday) from 1 to 8 and tomorrow (Saturday) from 9 to 4. Shall we begin?

this is a beautiful - if large - Thomasville bedroom set - starting top left is a long, low dresser (no mirror) for $125; armoire for $175; and then a queen size headboard, lighted bridge and two storage towers all for $275 (mattress not included)

here's another gorgeous bedroom set - this time it's a dark, almost black finish - top left photo shows the dresser (love the height of this piece) and then the mirror which attaches behind the dresser (but is leaning on it's side next to the dresser in the photo) and is priced is $175; the queen head board, foot board and side rails are priced $225 (and the head board has a leather - or leather like - insert which is brown) - again, mattress not included in price; there's only one night stand and it's priced $125

bunk beds (there's a ladder but it's not shown in the photo) which include two bunky boards (the thinner "box spring" you use under a mattress) and is priced $235; the twin mattresses you see in the photo are priced $65 each

wonderfully large drawers in this six drawer dresser for $65

love, love, love this retro Bassett dresser for $85

incredibly fun vintage drop leaf chrome and Formica table for $75

here's another retro piece, also a drop leaf table with one leaf and four chairs manufactured by Meier & Pohlmann Furniture Co. and is priced $125 for the set (good condition but needs to be thoroughly cleaned)

sweet, small wood entertainment center with two drawer (and fantastic drawer pulls) for $50

love seat for $65

beautiful Drexel side board for $95

I shouldn't have had my flash on when I took this photo because the chair isn't as red as it looks - regardless this is an ah-mazing swivel, rocker, recliner in red leather with a small head rest that you can pull up to make sure you're super comfy and 100% relaxed - what other chair can do all that and for the low, low price of $175?!

this is one of those cool curved "conservation" sofas and in excellent condition except for the rip under the middle cushion (which could be fixed by using the fabric from the arm rest?) and priced $95

2 piece lighted curio cabinet for $75

lovely end table for $35

super nice retro coffee table w/glass on top for $65; beautiful decorative plate for $20

our donations this week truly were super nice and this mint-condition retro three piece sectional is gorgeous! I love that this sectional has a curved corner table which would be prefect for a lamp and is included in the price of $235. The bottom right photo is an up close shot of the fabric

here are a couple of matching Room & Board pieces - we have a chair and ottoman (ottoman is tucked to the left of the sofa) for $175 and the sofa is a sleeper and is priced $225 - all in excellent condition

here's a folding ladder bookcase for $65

this is an almost identical micro suede Max Home sofa with chaise (or no chaise - extra cushion turns the chaise end into a regular old couch) that we had a couple of months ago and is priced $185 (when I was talking to a customer about the other Max Home piece I told them it was a "Maxwell House" sofa accidentally! Can a sofa be "good to the last drop"?)

these are beautiful metal and glass pieces - a higher coffee table and two end tables - I've priced them individually (end tables $125 each and coffee table $145) or if you purchase them all you'll save $45 and only spend $350 (plus tax)

here's another Room & Board piece - a chair (duh) in an incredible pattern which I love and is priced $75

this is a very fun table - Ginger said it's a game table where a small chess or checker set would have been stored in the table but then could be taken out and the table opened larger when you wanted to play! How cool is that!? Priced $75

gorgeous,, gorgeous, gorgeous gold on gold striped sofa for $185 (and did I mention it's gorgeous?)

LOVE this Crate & Barrel rusty orange sofa in perfect condition for $295

this three piece sectional is also by Max Home (or Maxwell House) and is a great gray color and has lots of squishy places to chillax (and you thought I was an old fuddy duddy - oops by using the words "fuddy duddy" I think I just solidified that I am indeed one!) and is priced $250

So, regardless of where you are in your life right now, dear reader, I pray you feel the same excitment and hope as I saw on the young faces waiting for the school bus (minus the terror- smile).

Peace and grace to you - as always!
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