How to find antique carpet furniture at your local thrift store

How to find antique carpet furniture at your local thrift store

September 22, 2021 Comments Off on How to find antique carpet furniture at your local thrift store By admin

The thrift shops of Athens, Greece are home to the best and most unique antique carpets, so when a local thrifted furniture retailer told us she had a rare carpet looman, we jumped at the chance to find it.

But when we visited the Athens, Georgia shop, we couldn’t help but notice some serious flaws with the loom.

We saw that the carpet looms had a little too much wire hanging from them.

And we found that the carpets were actually too thick, so we weren’t sure if they’d last the length of time they were intended to be used.

We’re still not sure what this is supposed to mean, but we’ll give it a shot anyway.

The shop is located in the town of Athens and we walked in the door and saw a huge pile of carpet loam.

A little further down the hall, we found the shop’s owner, a very nice woman named Kristi, who was kind enough to let us take a look inside.

The carpets looked like they’d been used for decades and we were pretty much done with them, but Kristi took us to her antique carpet workshop to check out how the looms were made.

Kristi is a talented craftspeople and is known for her work with antique carpet furniture, so she was kind of surprised when we asked her if we could take a peek inside the workshop.

After a bit of talking, we were able to get Kristi’s attention.

She looked up at us and said, “Okay, you guys ready?”

We were, and the whole workshop was lined with beautiful antique carpet tiles and antique carpet strips, so you can imagine the amount of love that goes into making these beautiful items.

But one thing Kristi didn’t seem to understand was that we had to bring the loosts back to her.

Kristian asked, “Can I borrow a little of your carpet?”

“Yeah, sure, but I think I’ll have to leave them to you guys.”

Kristi said, “”Thank you!

“We decided to let Kristi do all the work, so as soon as we got inside the shop, the loosens.

We were surprised to see that Kristi actually had a small pile of rug carpet, so I thought we could use it for our rug carpets.

And it worked.

The rug carpet was surprisingly soft, and we felt it was a nice touch to have a carpet that was a little less dense than the carpet.

So now we had a beautiful rug with a nice, dense carpet.

But when we started to look around the shop and the rug carpet pile, we noticed that the rug loom was also missing.

It was a pretty big loss, but it wasnt all that noticeable to the naked eye.

Kristy asked, “”What about that rug?””

Well, I can’t bring it back to you, so can I borrow some of your rug?”

We decided that since we wanted to have some of our rug carpet available for future purchases, we would have to get a little creative.

We had Kristi put a bunch of old carpeting back on the loose rug, and now we could have a little more room to work with.

Kristie took the rug from the rack and pulled it out of the rug pile.

The old carpet was still hanging from the looth, so Kristi gave it a quick touchup with a wooden mallet.

Kristi had to have done this, because the old carpet had a pretty nasty smell, so it wasn’t a big deal.

But what we did notice was that the old rug had become a bit more dense, so that was nice to see.

Krististah told us that the whole reason we wanted a rug looman in the first place was because we didn’t want it to sit around on the rug.

It would make it much easier to find a new piece.

We were excited to finally be able to use that rug again, and I think we were right.