40911-61. Do you sort of brace yourself when you realize that things you were perfectly used to seeing on a daily basis get called “retro” by people younger than you? Or when these fetuses with smart phones describe the beige of your 80s childhood as “80s Suburban Despair Beige”? We’ve now reached that point with computer desks, it seems, as some of our staff insist this desk is retro—wow, we’re getting old. Measures 4’ x 29” x 50”H.
42624-10. If you really want to use this big aluminum pot to share your 4-alarm chili with the gang on game day, we strongly recommend cleaning it out first. Then, you know, put on your witch’s hat or football helmet—whichever you normally wear to make your chili—and get to mixin’. Measures approximately 18”-diameter x 19”-high.
43340-5. For people who have trouble being analytical in their heads comes this analytical balance by Sartorious. It lets you be analytical on a table. Or on a bench. Or heck, go crazy and get analytical on the floor.
41549-10. This warhorse came to us listed as “end table,” and perhaps that is how it started out. Over the years, time has been—if not unkind—then at least strange to this piece, which sports white paint on its front, possibly some dark paint or wood stain to its right side, and yet … this is one of those “good bones” items that, underneath it all, is a diamond screaming to reemerge from the dirt. It’s a well-made and strong piece of furniture that will look fantastic with a stripping and refinishing. Frankly, it’s a steal at $30.00.
We really aren’t kidding. But whimsical skeletons aren’t the only random weirdness on our shelves. Where else can you buy file cabinets, athletic gear, and an inflatable version of Munch’s The Scream under one roof? See? We’re looking out for you.