Tuesday, October 2, 2012

The Peacock...

...chair I couldn't sell. This past Saturday was a gorgeous day to have a yard sale and meet new friends. That day my plan was to sell said emerald green wicker peacock chair, but alas I couldn't. Instead I put a sold sign on it and sat down with Max asleep on my shoulder. I just can't help myself when it comes to unique chairs...yes I seriously have a chair fetish. A few months ago my husband and I counted how many chairs I had (sold a few on Sat.) and I am embarrassed to say I had 31 in my tiny Cape Cod. Below are a few snapshots of me, my little man, and my queen on the chair I sold back to myself...what a dork. Hope you all had a charming weekend too. As a bonus I'm including a few images of peacock chairs looking all regal and whatnot...absolutely FREE ;). Enjoy! (Sorry for the random image placement below...I'm blogging from my iPad and don't seem to have a choice.)

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  1. Unfortunately I couldn't make it to your fab yard sale this weekend, although I would have loved to! Could you tell me how much you were asking for the chair? Thanks!

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  2. Hey Nicole...I was going to sell it for $100. I had to sand it, prime it and apply 2 coats of hi-gloss spray paint. I bought it a few years ago from CL...they come up every once in awhile.

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  3. Thanks for the info. I am really tempted but am waiting to see if it might work with a rug I'll be getting in 2 weeks. I'll be back in touch, and feel free to email me if something comes up and it's no longer available. Thanks!!

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    1. I'm so sorry Nicole...It's not for sale, but if you'd like me to search for a similar one on CL, I'd be more than happy to. Sorry if my response was confusing. :)

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  4. I'm glad you didn't sell it! Love the color and the shape is pretty unique compared to the other peacock chairs I've seen.

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  5. You have to keep that chair -- it's too fab to sell!
    Sweet pic, too.

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  6. Love the chair! Glad you kept it! too wonderful to part with!

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