This leather and iron chair was so beautiful and quite reasonably priced at $195. It was the first thing I saw upon entering the barn and I wished I could bring it, and its matching stool (below) home with me.
My iPhone photo doesn't do this room divider justice because it's hard to tell that all of the detail is hand-carved and the wood dyed to create this beautiful design.
Some lovely pink and white porcelain jugs and basins atop a pretty dresser.
This old operator switchboard is the kind of thing my dad would have purchased - completely useful but full of interesting history.
Antique writing desk, brass candlesticks, Victorian lamps, vanities and dressers...
A dentist's chair? You can find pretty much anything at The Lazy Farmer.
Piles upon piles of all kinds of chairs.
These end tables!!!! They were already sold, but if available I would have racked up a bit of debt for sure.
Massive moose head.
Another gorgeous chair, likely with its original upholstery.
Difficult to see because it was buried under and behind a lot of stuff, but this desk/vanity with it's marble top, turned wood legs and blue and white tiles was absolutely stunning. It was priced at $400. I wish I had a bigger vehicle! And a bigger bank account. Because this would have for sure come home with me.
This juke box wasn't for sale but was filling the barn with great music to shop to.
On my way to The Lazy Farmer I stopped in at the Bracebridge Habitat for Humanity Restore and picked up a few things there. More on that later this week.