One of the best things about living in South Florida
is the treasure trove of bargain vintage furniture and accessories available at
my fingertips. I have found so many
wonderful pieces thanks to Craigslist, eBay and resale shops like Circa Who, which
I blogged about last month (click
One item on my wish list… a vintage Thomasville
pagoda headboard for our guest room, just like the one used by Kelly Wearstler below. However, they
are quite difficult to find, and when you do, they are usually beyond my budget. I have seen them go for well
over $3,000 on 1st Dibs. From time to
time, Circa Who and Palm Beach Regency will find one,
only to be scooped up within a matter of days, sometimes hours!
at GorgeousShiny Things, who stumbled upon a vintage Thomasville pagoda dresser, two
mirrors and two nightstands for $299 at her local Salvation Army! Now that is
the deal of the century!
Vintage Thomasville headboard set, found at Salvation Army. Sooo jealous!!
Chic on this gorgeous headboard she uncovered through LIV
Vintage on Etsy, unfortunately long gone. And of course LIV is just a
hop, skip and a jump from me, up in Fort Lauderdale.
this beauty! I’m guessing it is living
up in Palm
Beach now, recovered in some really fabulous Chinoiserie fabric.
fabulous vintage pagoda headboard from kenedita on eBay. Edita is located in Sarasota, FL, and she
always has the most amazing Palm Beach Chic/Hollywood Regency items available
through her eBay store, at INCREIBLE bargains. This headboard was only $260,
and now it is mine! ☺
upholster the middle (more on that to come)… It’s not Thomasville, but I just love it, and the bamboo
accents are so chic!
popular with designers, and I have included several examples below, along with a
few for sale!
Rufty, MMR Interiors
colors of velvet upholstery – $1,750
Market for $399!
bamboo/pagoda headboard for sale in her eBay
store for just $159!!
Do you have a pagoda headboard in your home? If so, please email a picture to me at email@example.com and I will feature
it on The Glam Pad!