Friday, April 17, 2015


I have been restoring mid-century furniture for many years now and I have come across some really great stuff in my restorations and in my general meanderings about (IE: Curb, thrift store, friends) and have always hesitated to go into the selling market for many reasons I won't really get into here, but...I got a push in (hopefully) the right direction fairly recently and decided to take the plunge and hoped I wouldn't be 'stepping on anyone's toes'. far from it, people have been very supportive and encouraging with my foray into the unknown. I have a few good people out there looking for projects to restore and sell and have a couple of trailer loads already restored and ready to go up. I have several listings already posted and several scheduled to go up. There is a link from my website to my storefront at One Kings Lane and I will also be selling directly from my site and directly from my shop if the situation should present itself that way. Here are a few of the first items going up for sale (as well as the table that started it all which has it's own story) and a link to the One Kings Lane page (which will be ever changing but adding more in the next few days).

Nice  Calro Walnut, Lane Style Coffee Table with Solid Walnut Base

Young Mfg. Walnut China Cabinet w/Hutch and diamond book match doors

Ribbon Mahogany Gentleman's Chest w 10 dovetailed drawers and shelving

American of Martinsville Nightstand

American of Martinsville Lamp Table

American of Martinsville Step Table

American of Martinsville Long Coffee Table

American of Martinsville Square Coffee Table 


  1. Seems perfectly natural for you to make this move. Good luck in your new endeavor!