Welcome! Thanks for stopping by the Jubilee Furniture blog where each Friday I post photos of some of the new-to-us furniture which was donated that week!
It’s also probably the best place to find out the latest on our upcoming move and liquidation sale. And I’m happy to report we’ve nailed down some dates!
So, God willing and the creek don’t rise (which could easily happen with our freaky rain/wind/snow weather!) – here’s the plan:
Friday and Saturday – March 14 and 15 – 20% off whatever’s in the store
Friday and Saturday – March 21 and 22 – 50% off whatever’s in the store
Friday and Saturday – March 28 and 29 – 80% off whatever’s in the store
Friday and Saturday – April 4 and 5 – regular store hours but IN OUR NEW BUILDING!
In the spirit of full disclosure – we will be moving some of the furniture from the old space into the new building before each mark down. For example, the Serta prototype, never-been-used, queen size mattresses will be moved prior to the start of the liquidation sale. And then after each mark down we’ll review what’s left and think through if we’re willing to allow a certain item to be marked down further. So, I might be okay letting a high end piece go for 20% off our already super low price but not 50% – so will move the item into the new space before the next weekend of mark downs. Does that make sense? That’s said, we really don’t want to regurgitate tons of stuff from our current inventory into the new space – but want to fill it with new, quality used furniture from incoming donations.
The other big change as we get closer to ending our time in our current space will be when purchased furniture can be picked up. Right now our customers have two weeks from date of purchase to pick up their items. Obviously, everything will need to be removed by 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 29th. We will NOT be moving sold furniture into the new building. We’ll have lots of reminders (signs, on your receipt) – so, hopefully, that will not be an issue for anyone.
Now that you’re up to speed, let’s take a look at those aforementioned photos!
this is a lovely tile top table with a self-storing leaf (leaf has been added in these photos) and four chairs – all for $135
Bauhaus brand sofa, chair and ottoman – photos don’t show general wear and there’s a rip on the ottoman. Sofa is $75 and the chair and ottoman are $40
vintage Hon pleather side chair for $35
gorgeous chest of drawers – priced $145
this is a massive McCreary (sold by Room & Board) three piece BLACK sectional. The black fabric is sort of nubby – and there’s some fuzziness (which wouldn’t have been there when it was brand new) – but overall in excellent condition. Super comfortable. Priced $1,195
these two Room & Board pieces need some work. Both need to be cleaned and the seat cushions of the sofa might need to be replaced due to how they’ve sort of lost their crisp corners (know what I mean?). The sofa is priced $50 and the chair is $35
there’s something about the fabric on this Century brand wingback chair that I love! In fantastic condition – priced $80
two – one drawer end tables (or night stands) priced $40 each
another comfortable sofa in great neutral colors – priced $75
coffee table with glass inserts for $50; matching end table for $25
lovely round glass top table for $75; two fiberglass chairs for $40 each
sweet side chair priced $45
amazing wood and upholstered chair priced $75
lovely pedestal table – top needs to be refinished – priced $70
Room & Board solid walnut dining chair retails for $349 (here’s the proof since people often don’t believe how expensive R&B furniture is). Has MINOR dings. Priced $125 (that’s just under 65% off the retail price)
really lovely sofa with bench style seat (there a stain on the reverse side). Love the soft blue color – priced $65
this is a huge 3’ x 6’ coffee table (with one drawer) – great space for game playing or to hold the pizzas and pop on movie night – priced $125
desk with hutch – priced $70 (sorry for the bad second photo – my shadow appears to be blocking the light)
wonderful swivel rocker for $55; large end table for $40
comfy loveseat priced $35
sofa in good condition priced $65
here’s a Danish retro swivel chair with a reclining back – typically a chair like this would have a matching ottoman, this one does not. The leather is also cracked on one arm but otherwise is in fairly good condition. Priced $65
I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a leather sleeper sofa – but I have now! The leather needs some reconditioning/cleaning – but there are no rips or cracks. Priced $65
2 – three drawer dressers, priced $40 each; matching two drawer night stand (there’s only one) priced $20
I’m ending with some fabulous, amazing, retro chairs by Loewenstein/Oggo. The four chairs are in great condition and are priced $120 for all four. The wood table is also very nice and is priced $95
There you have it, dear reader – I have one final question before I sign off.
Do you think I used the word, “regurgitate,” correctly in this post? It seemed like the exact word to describe what I meant (even though it’s one of those words that sort of grosses me out – you know, like phlegm and pus) – but now I’m not sure.