I Will Take Your Used Bedroom Set
Yes, that’s right. I am willing to take one for the team and obscond with your exquisite bedroom set. You know, the extra one you ordered from Pottery Barn “just in case” and now have no idea what to do with?
We’re still in the free furniture stage of our marriage. I’m not really sure if we’ll ever exit this stage as long as our friends continue to be so generous. We are sort of the babies on the block and have awesome friends who’d rather share their belongings than sell them when they upgrade.
We don’t yet have the money to buy the pieces we REALLY want and we don’t want to waste money buying half-steps, so we just go for free, and a lot of this free stuff IS what we really want. We’ve scored bigtime!
Oak dining table and chairs – The Matsonites
Bookshelves, end tables, dresser, reclining rocker, file cabinet and piano – Dan’s parents
Office furniture, side table, chest of drawers – Hi and Ri
Dresser, crib, bookshelf, our mattress and box spring (from wedding budget), handmade hope chest – my parents
Toddler bed – J.K. not Rowlings
Changing table – Leese
Armoire for children's books – Target gift cards from our wedding
First free couch – Jules
Upgraded free couch (sorry Jules) – Dan’s work classified adds
Entertainment armoire and TV – Jud Ed
Now don’t be hatin’! We’ve actually purchased a few things here and there, several bookcases, storage armoires, old furniture we’ve refurbished, slipcovers, etc.
One thing no one has found it in their hearts to give us is a bedroom set or a headboard, which brings me to a point – Friday Show and Tell.Here’s my bed – with a few “embellishments” courtesy of my kindergarten-level abilities with Paint:
If you’d like to see any improvements to this lovely picture, please send bedroom set – STAT!