Let's take a few moments to troll around the St. Louis craigslist and peruse some choice items that weren't necessarily listed using the usual suspects of "retro, danish, mid century, eames era, ect." Then you can tell me if you think these are worthy contenders for the hard earned green back of the Keeper or Flipper!
I like it. Marble is a classic style and the shape is classic modern. The legs / base leave something to be desired but the basics are there. I'd at the very least want to see natural wood under that gorgeous Italian Marble. What do you think? Is there money being left on the table there, is it priced for the end user or is it simply a pass?
This one is a little tougher in my opinion. It's a new chair. It's not vintage but it has that vintage modern look to it in a big way. I think it's an amazing looking chair and it's probably very comfy too. I'd be super proud to own one but...dag. $900? I get that there is a lot of effort put into making a chair like this but I just can't get behind letting go of that kind of scratch. You? Still, I think it's amazing that someone locally is making these!
This is more Mr. Modtomic's speed! These look like something I might pick up at a thrift store or the Habitat For Humanity Restore, spend a couple hours on and flip for maybe $75 - $100. The size though, I'm not so sure about what these would look like in real life, size wise. I was pretty tempted. Do these look like something you might gamble on?