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Jubilee Furniture weekly update for Friday–May 3, 2013

I’ve found myself strangely unmoored these last six weeks since downsizing and moving and I’m realizing – again – how much I thrive on living in an organized space.

Knowing where stuff is frees precious brain cells from having to go through mental gymnastics every time I need something (“Shoot!  I know I saw the tool box somewhere – but where?”) and by the time I find whatever I was looking for I can’t remember why I needed it or am then too tired to finish the job!

Similarly, creating rooms which are comfortable, clean, organized and reflect my unique decorating style (which I’d call “eclectic resale classic modern with a hint of granny”) are the spring board from which I dive into life more engaged and present – looking for opportunities to open my home and entertain.

That’s why having a place like Jubilee Furniture to browse and shop is so important to me.  In addition to the amazing fact that every purchase is helping area kids and families – our 30,000 square feet of inventory is a treasure trove of fabulous finds at great prices tailor-made to my unique tastes and limited budget.

What follows are photos of some of the pieces currently available for purchase:

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this is an amazing two piece vintage sofa (note how one piece ends as a corner end table)!  Fabric on the cushions is so-so and the maple frame needs a little touch-up in spots (but not bad and structurally in perfect condition) priced $245 (thanks, May, for the donation!)

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this cream color micro-suede two piece sofa is also in great condition – just needs a good vacuuming – priced $295

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fun walnut chair priced $45

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here’s some great outdoor furniture – table with four stools priced $85; rocker with cushion for $35; chair with cushion priced $20; small side table for $12.50

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lovely oval table with two leaves, six chairs and table pads is priced $225 for the whole set!

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great mossy green Bauhaus loveseat for $35 (needs to be cleaned and some issues with the fabric); drop leaf rolling tea cart is $85

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pedestal table with one leaf is priced $85; great chairs are $30 each

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funky purple desk – missing hardware – is priced $15; small stool is $20

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mission-style rocker is $85

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it’s a little hard to see what this is a photo of – so let me explain – it’s a four poster king size headboard, footboard and side rails (very nice) priced $250; king size mattress and box spring (used – but in excellent condition) is $295

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nice table with four chairs priced $125

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we got in 18 or 19 of these evergreen color rolling conference chairs – a couple of them have a space between the back cushion and the seat cushion but the majority don’t – all are priced $35 each

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nice armoire priced $75; matching dresser (no mirror) for $95

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there’s something about this round gray table that I love!  Priced $40

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fabulous bamboo and twine/rope sofa and table – both handcrafted in the Dominican Republic – sofa is priced $225; table $75 – perfect for a covered porch

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lovely square coffee table priced $95; matching end table for $55

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great old leather top desk – needs some work – priced $60

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nice leather sofa – issues with seat cushion leather (can see where the leather’s come off in my photo) – priced $60

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this is a Pablo tube top 14” lamp with blue base – still in the original box – in perfect condition (I took it out and plugged it in and it works just fine) which retails for $120 – Jubilee Furniture price? $75 (that’s a $45 savings off the retail price – thank you very much!)

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if you – or someone you know – is in need of a queen-sized mattress, I suggest you run, not walk, to Jubilee Furniture either today from 1 to 8 or tomorrow from 9 to 4 – and here’s why.  This week Serta donated over 90 pieces of queen size bedding from their Research and Development department.  These prototype (definition: an original model on which something is patterned) have never been used and some of them retail for over $3,000.  Jubilee Furniture is selling the queen size mattresses for $325 each; queen size box springs for $100 each

So, whether you’re an organized person like me or the thought of “a place for everything and everything in its place” gives you the willies – we can agree that Jubilee Furniture can help us tidy up or add to the lovely chaos!

Because, bottom line – dear reader – your home should be a place you love and which both anchors you and frees you to engage in this big beautiful world!

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