Yesterday a big box was delivered. It contained a glass and gold console/bookcase that caught my attention on Wayfair one day last week.
But what really caught my attention was that this particular one was $110 cheaper than the other colors it came in because they were closing it out. So of course that’s which one I chose.
I went online and looked at it again today on Wayfair and they’ve marked the black console down to $219.99 and the rest of the colors are still $249.99. The satin gold I purchased is still $139.99.
I could already visualize the books and decor I could layer on these shelves, though I haven’t had much time to play around with the placement of things yet.
I’m sorry the photos aren’t lighter. It is very overcast outside and has been raining.
So I wanted gold, and if they’d all been the same price, I would have chosen the shiny gold that is more like my coffee table. But this girl was not paying that much extra for the shininess of the metal.
I had the guy here bring it in for me from the front porch when it was delivered. It weighed over 60 pounds and I wasn’t going to even attempt to lift or pull it inside myself.
He put it together later yesterday afternoon.
If you’re wondering where the piece of furniture that was here is now, it is just down the wall behind the couch.
I love that boho piece of furniture that I found at Tuesday Morning before I moved here. I’m going to use it in the dining space to store all my cloth napkins and placemats and things for the table itself.
I’ll show you that at another time.
Always check every color of something you’re interested in unless you’re deadset on a certain color. They sometimes phase a color out and reduce the cost to a much lower price.
I love to shop online. More than buying online, I just like to shop and look.
That’s really the fun part to me.
I’m one of those people who like to compare prices from a bunch of different stores for virtually the same item. And I have the time to spend hours doing this.
I don’t buy until I’m fairly certain I won’t find a better price.
Here is the photo of this console on Wayfair. It is called the Mistana Damon 59.4 Inch Console Table. I bought it in Satin Gold for $139.99.
I’ve said recently that I don’t mind buying console furniture because I’ll always find a place to put it. Storage-type pieces are usually worth buying because who doesn’t need storage and places to display things?
The boho piece of furniture that was along this wall just didn’t seem to be long enough in size to be the connective wall object that virtually joined the couch and my chair in front of it.
I had more than enough space on this wall for a much longer piece of furniture and that’s why I chose this console.