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September 3, 2009

This Week’s Mid-Century Craigslist Finds – Yellow Formica Table, 1960’s GE Fridge, A Pink Toilet & More

As always, some pretty sweet finds on Craigslist this week. These are all from Michigan, but feel free to add any vintage finds to the comments section, or email me finds at nopatternrequired at hotmail.com for possible posting!

The first is this great 1960’s GE fridge, complete with all the original glass trays.  Only $100, and the person selling it sounds like they are ready to deal! Sigh, if only Tom and I had a big enough car to haul things like this around in…

GE Fridge 1

GE Fridge 2

A really cute yellow drop leaf kitchen table with metal legs and metal edging. $49.

Yellow Formica Table

Oh! Someone find this pink toilet a home.  Poor baby got booted out, and its only $5!

Pink Toilet

Here is a really neat French Provincial serving table from the 1950s. $70

French Style Serving Table

A cute set of WM Rogers sliver-plated flatware. $150


The Motorola TV of your dreams. $100

Motorola TV

A black and white ceramic-topped table with yellow chairs. Super cute!

Ceramic Table

A FANTASTIC set of 1950’s kitchen chairs. $40!

Vintage Chairs

A great set of three traditional/colonial 1960’s copper hanging light fixtures.  A super cool find!

Copper Light Fixtures

Remember, check out my finder service page if you are looking for a specific mid-century item. Michigan is the place to score great mid-century!

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10 Responses to This Week’s Mid-Century Craigslist Finds – Yellow Formica Table, 1960’s GE Fridge, A Pink Toilet & More

  1. sablemable Reply

    September 3, 2009 at 11:57 am

    OMG, great finds, Ruth! We have a tv like that only in blond. It was left behind when we bought a home in the city. Of course it doesn’t work anymore, but we’re trying to decide what to do with it (not to the dump, no way!).

  2. Andrea Reply

    September 3, 2009 at 4:43 pm

    We’ve been looking for a fridge like that for half of forever! The ones around here always seem to be snapped up really quickly. Awesome finds!

  3. Sara in AZ Reply

    September 3, 2009 at 6:00 pm

    Ok Ruth – you TOTALLY need to get a van or something, so you can get all these super cool retro finds back to your house!!! Really great stuff.

    Sable – You must fix that old TV if at all possible!!! It sounds really awesome. And, PLEASE do a post on it so we can all see pics!

  4. Alex Reply

    September 3, 2009 at 6:27 pm

    Are those the televisions that had the cool lamps that came with them? Does anyone know what I’m talking about ?

  5. Sara in AZ Reply

    September 3, 2009 at 9:21 pm

    Yeah Alex, I totally know what you are talking about. TV lamps are WAYYYY cool. I have a Flamingo TV lamp. They probably came with a bunch of different TV’s back then.

  6. Inky Reply

    September 4, 2009 at 12:10 pm

    man, if there were ever reasons to move to Michigan (or just anywhere in the midwest)!! those are great finds – we’re just not that lucky here in the Central Coast of California.

  7. sablemable Reply

    September 6, 2009 at 11:15 pm

    Hey, Sara! I’ll save the tv project for one of my guest blogs!

    I love and adore and have to have the perfect tv lamp! I saw one exactly like Grandma had, but haven’t bought it yet.

    Should have kept Grandma’s!

    Hey, Inky! If only we had a lot of jobs here in Michigan, then everyone could come!!!!!!!!

  8. Sara in AZ Reply

    September 7, 2009 at 3:50 am

    Sable – what did Gram’s TV lamp look like???

  9. Eldemila Reply

    January 1, 2010 at 12:52 am

    Hope you can see the light fixture in the eating area in the kitchen in the house we’re buying. As cool as I think it is, I’ll probably remove it. We have a hallway one that’s close in style.



  10. RetroRuth Reply

    January 1, 2010 at 10:18 am

    Neat light fixtures, Eldemila!!! What does the rest of your house look like? Send pictures, I would love to post them on the blog.

    Are you sure you want to take down the lamps? You can do some pretty awesome retro designs with the traditional 50’s style. Check out some posts on here and go to Retro Renovation for inspiration!

    Congrats on your new house! How exciting!

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