40381-1, -2, -3, and -17. We’ve got four of these decorative metal canisters, each surrounding an interior canister, that came to us listed as “trash cans,” but we bet our customers can think of all manner of Earth friendly uses for them, too. Each bin measures 20” in diameter x 29”H.
39679-194. Titled “Alexeev, 1984” by Joe Wilder, MD, this print of a chalk drawing features the world record-setting power lifter and may not meet your definition of art, but we know there are folks out there for whom a chalk drawing of the side view of a big guy and his armpits is just great stuff. Your mileage may vary.
We’ve got a variety of posters to brighten your walls and delight your neighbors. And if you want to debate my theory that Eastbound & Down is the closest thing America has come to a version of Absolutely Fabulous, I’m all ears.
Even our reclaimed wood has a cool story! The wood we’ll be featuring on the front of our sales desk comes from 1950s-era UW bleachers (pock-marked by old cleats) that has been varnished and looks great, we think! You’ll also notice the lower side counter for our lower/ rolling customers!
40073-1. So all those years ago when my jerk older brother convinced me he’d invented a machine designed specifically to hurl balls at me anytime I entered “his” part of the yard? Yeah, it was actually a pitching machine that he didn’t invent (mind you, it wasn’t the same one in our warehouse now, thank goodness). It’s our understanding that this machine does not currently work properly, but we do not know the nature of the issue.
40468-1. If you don’t have room for something this incredible you should probably make room. Because that’s how incredible this is. It’s kind of a hybrid of skittles, air hockey, and shuffle board, wrapped in a sleek wooden table. Measures 2’ x 12’ x 31”H.