While it’s not actually sea-worthy, this boat was once used as decoration in a restaurant. It could add a lot of character to a large space!
ReStore just got this cool-looking piano! It’s marked “Frederick New York Cabinet Grand.” According to the Blue Book of Pianos, Cabinet Grand usually refers to large upright pianos that were labeled “Cabinet Grand” or “Upright Grand” because they usually had string lengths and musical capabilities similar to actual grand pianos.
Cool wooden chest donated to ReStore…kind of looks like a treasure chest!
Japanese-style Shoji screens at ReStore! These make great room dividers. They can be moved to fit whatever need you have and can let some light through.
This would be a great DIY project. You could get creative with different paints and designs!
If you like DIY projects, check out our tile selection at ReStore. Different colors and sizes for all kinds of projects!
Gossip benches/telephone chairs became popular once telephones were no longer limited to being mounted on a wall in the early 20th century. They gave the caller a close and convenient seat while using the telephone resting on the table. This one comes with an iPhone port. But not really.
1950’s Coca-Cola vending machine.
Not exactly sure what this is called…
edit: It’s a valet! Thanks, Kevin.
Sweet 1950’s desk chair.