When you see this furniture in pictures.
Today however i'm just showing you what is referred to as the "filler furniture" of the Casablanca. These are great pieces aren't they? the 2 orange chairs my grandmother gave me, and she recovered them in the 50's. The sink I got for free from a sale about a month ago. its dates August 23, 1950, mint green and will hopefully get used in the new bathroom. That black trunk I hauled out of a dumpster, purely because iv always wanted one : ) It was in bad shape but after some glue and a fresh coat of black paint good as new! (it has been a bedside table, a coffee table, and a dresser) the smaller of the two little tables has a twin that is 'filling in' at the C.H.&R. until I find one I like better they are stamped 1956 on the bottom and I got the pair for $5. Last but not least is the little blonde "fountain table" the only markings on it, are the sellers chalk and when it was new it retailed for $18.95 ! I inherited it when I was 10. (one of the VERY first pieces my parents let me keep, because it matched a bedroom set I have.)
Whats sad about these peices is they are "filler" because they dont really fit anywhere. Sure they're great but they just dont work out. So you usually see this stuff when im "hopin' and dreaming" of other stuff (example the 2 orange chairs filled in until I could purchase my black couch. Do you have misfit pieces like this?
Also dont forget about the giveaway! Im gonna let it run until Sunday night at 10:00 P.M. then we'll see who wins, so dont forget to comment on "The Hunter Sings Tonight" post !