Mid Century Armoire - $425
This is a lot more pricey of an item than I would usually list, but I wanted to point it out for two reasons. 1) It's BEAUTIFUL. I leurve the lime green on the inside. Clearly this piece is in great shape and worth the price (though it's not a deal - it seems fair). 2) This is a great example of the kind of pictures you should use to sell your things. Lots of bright light - stylist surroundings (cudos on the antlers) - and pictures that show both the sitting look and the beautiful inside details. Well done seller. Take note all.
Victorian Accent Chair - $50
Again a little more than I would spend, but fair if it's really that old. This chair might be one that you'd overlook initially, but reupholstered in a nice modern fabric like this one (above right), it could look updated and so cute. I would highly recommend doing the reupholstery yourself to save money. Keep those awesome nailheads surrounding the seat and reuse them on your new fabric!
Wicker Drawer Tower - $30
Now for the real deals. This is definitely a steal for this piece. It cooould look really traditional and boring, but in the right space all of this texture could be the perfect touch.
Vintage Bowling Alley Benches - $150
Oh and the big finale. Now THIS is an exciting find. You would need enough space, but this could be a kitchen banquette dream. $150 may seem like a lot at first, but when you think of the size and just raw material, it's totally a steal. Trust me, just google kitchen banquette and you'll see how much those things can run. I'm super jealous of whoever gets to take this one home...
*to find these pieces search the Boston craigslist using the titles above. Hopefully you can snatch these up before someone else does!