Hope you’ll find time in your black Friday shopping frenzy to swing by Jubilee Furniture today between 1 and 8 or tomorrow from 9 to 4 – ‘cause we’ll be open and have tons of fantastic furniture for sale!
What follows are photos of just some of the stuff Dan and Chris picked up from our amazing donors this week:
beautiful dining set which includes: table with two leaves, 6 chairs and table pads all for $245 (some issues with the caning and set needs to be refinished)
this sleeper sofa is a wonderful orange color and in great condition, priced $265; fantastic solid cherry coffee table for $125
speaking of solid maple; this is a sold maple dining set that was just completely refinished – includes: table w/four leaves and eight chair – it’s gorgeous - priced $1,495 for all
this Room and Board sofa probably needs to be re- upholstered, fabric is faded and showing wear – but it’s still an amazing piece and priced $165
IKEA chair and ottoman – in great shape – love the color of the cushions! Priced $65
four – in fabulous shape – chrome and caned chairs priced $160 for all four. Retro tile top table is $85
I am totally in love with this Plunkett sofa which is in fantastic condition – note the nail-head trim which goes around the whole piece, the wonderful curved back, the textured fabric in a great color! The sofa is priced $775
here are some more pieces that are in almost “like new” condition – this time it’s a Pottery Barn Shayne table with SIX chairs – we’re selling the set for $825
wonderful sofa for your Florida room (what? You don’t have a Florida room?) priced $45
sweet desk priced $20
comfy loveseat for $95; oak end table for $25
great dresser w/mirror priced $65; matching chest of drawer for $50
fantastic leather sofa (it’s browner looking in person) for $265; wonderful large coffee table w/protective glass on top for $145
Early American style sleeper sofa for $45
we received around 20 sets of NEW queen size mattresses and box springs from Serta and are selling them for $250 a set
Most of you are aware that the proceeds of what we sell at Jubilee Furniture help support the programs and services offered through Outreach Community Ministries.
One of my favorite programs is called “Friendly Visitors” and matches a senior in the area (often low-income with little or no family around to help) with a volunteer who commits to regularly checking in and visiting.
Three or four years ago one of our friendly visitors – Henny – approached me about Olga, one of the seniors in the program. Olga loves to crochet. It’s also hugely beneficial in that it keeps her busy and occupied during the long cold months each year. Yet the cost of yarn was becoming too much for Olga and she had run out of friends to give the finished product to. Would Jubilee Furniture allow Olga’s afghans to be displayed – and sold – in the store with a minimum price tag of $25 (which covers the cost of the yarn)? My answer? Absolutely.
Even though illness kept Olga from creating as many afghans as she has in the past – what follows are 14 photos of the beautiful ones she did crochet. Remember, Olga is asking for a minimum donation of $25 per afghan – which pays for the yarn.
And on that colorful, beautiful note – I’ll end my Friday post, dear reader!
Thanks – as always – for stopping by!