I was raised in a family who mark occasions. My mother was the original DIYer who created amazing birthday parties for each of us five kids (I remember one which included a small cloth doll – that my mom made - for each of my friends sitting as the centerpiece on the dining room table with ribbons connecting them to a place setting). Gathering family and friends to celebrate both the large – and small – events of life is a way of affirming both the person being honored (“Yay – good for you”!) and the importance of community.
Community is also a huge part of what we do at Jubilee Furniture. Connecting with our customers is something we work hard at doing (whether you buy something or not). Wanting to affirm uniquely you and connect in some small but meaningful way – is very important to all of us at the furniture store.
You just want to shop our amazing selection of quality used furniture without anyone bugging you? We understand and respect that too! We’re all pretty good at picking up on the “thanks, but no thanks don’t need/want any help” vibe!
And what might you find if you stopped in the store either today from 1 to 8 or tomorrow from 9 to 4? Let’s take a look at some of the furniture donated this week!
this is a way cool sofa/bed by Innovation and is in excellent condition – though some minor fading – and priced $295
okay – this accordion is something I donated – been in my husband’s family for years – case is pretty battered and there’s a hole in the bellow – yet a beautiful instrument – and priced only $30
this is a FABULOUS three piece sectional – yet all the seat cushions (and some of the back cushions) have weird bleach-like spots (see last photo) on BOTH sides – the main body of the sectional is fine (go figure). Looks great from a distance (?). Priced $275
lovely burgundy velvet dining chairs – priced $150 for all four; glass and brass dining table is $425 (measures 6’ x 41 1/2”)
this sweet four drawer dresser was hand-painted by one of my volunteers – and I love it – priced $75
wonderful button-back loveseat (needs to be cleaned) priced $95; three panel folding screen for $25; mahogany end table for $65 each (there are two of them)
here’s the second mahogany end table – you can see the leather insert better in this photo – again, priced $65 each; love the needle-point foot stool which is priced $15
ahhh – who needs a sweet cradle? EVERYONE that’s who! Priced $55
wonderful, old, two piece kitchen hutch priced $80
nice plaid sofa in great condition priced $85
fabulous trunk priced $125
you better get in fast to buy this metal folding shelf which would be prefect outdoors in your garden and is only priced $35 – before I decide to buy it!
so sweet painted dresser by Thomasville for $85; matching nightstand for $35; twin headboard, footboard and side rails for $75
fabulous set of four chairs (two with arms; two without) with a lovely blue stain on the wood priced $100 for all
great round side table – dust free with purchase! – priced $40
neutral sofa priced $35; matching loveseat for $20 – both are frayed in spots and need to be cleaned
great white wicker set – no cushions – sofa is priced $40; chairs are $20 each; chest of drawers is $75; fabulous long retro coffee table is $75
gorgeous two piece china cabinet manufactured by the United Furniture Company (which is located in the United Arab Emirates) priced $245
great bar-height stools – love the rush seats and green stain on the wood – priced $45 each
wonderful sofa in good condition priced $125; matching loveseat – also in good condition – priced $75
Though there are many disadvantages to Jubilee Furniture only being open two days each week (I’m sorry – but there’s nothing we can do about it right now!) – one advantage is how it feels a little like a celebration when we do open!
So, dear reader, I hope amazing, one-of-a-kind you can come celebrate with us, ‘cause – sing with me now – We are family…!