Scavenger hunt: 9 groovy furniture finds

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It’s almost summer in Broketown… time to get rid of those cardboard boxes you’ve been using as your coffee table/desk/dining set and get your hands on some of these awesome, one-of-a-kind furniture steals. (The film noirish file cabinet is No. 9):
1. Art Deco Chair ($95 Staten Island)
It rocks! It twirls! It spins! What else can you ask for in a chair?

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2. Modern White Vinyl Chairs ($50 each Queens)
Vinyl lasts forever. These chairs also have great hardware and will look perfect in a modern styled apartment.

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3. Wood Console Table ($55 Manhattan)
Reclaimed wood furniture is having a moment. This would work great as a foyer table or a desk.

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4. Magazine Rack ($25 Manhattan)
Display your favorite magazine covers with this unique piece. This rack could cause you to potentially have the coolest latrine on the block.

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5. Lime Green Hutch ($60 Brooklyn)
Holy amazing color! I almost didn’t post this because I want it for myself. Don’t limit yourself to utilizing hutches only in kitchens mix it up and put it in any room you want! Living room? Sure! Bathroom? Why not?!

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6. Vintage Trunk with Original Labels ($100 Manhattan)
Oh the beauty of vintage trunks! This one is especially exciting because it has the original travel labels on it. Trunks can be used as coffee tables, as storage or even just as decorative pieces.

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7. Bright Red Sofa ($100 OBO Brooklyn)
A large bright piece of furniture is a great way to liven up an otherwise drab space.

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8. Red Rustic Country Bench ($174 Manhattan)
I’m a sucker for Southwestern accents in pretty much anything: clothes, accessories and especially home decor. This Bench can be used indoor or outdoor and looks like somewhere Georgia O’Keefe would have pondered her color choices on in her New Mexico home.

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9. Industrial Metal File Cabinets ($125 Manhattan)
The older I get the more I realize that throwing documents and mail in a box on my kitchen table is not a proper system of organization. This file cabinet can literally help you get your life together. Or even just your shoe collection.

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