Dog Days of Summer: Lost and Found

Step outside and we can be in agreement that it’s officially the Dog Days of Summer. So, that would make it fitting that our retail partners at Lost and Found – Treasures of Old and New, on Century Avenue in Downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan, would be having a Dog Days of Summer Sale. Walk in and save 20% on everything storewide today through July 31st, 2017.

Retro Knox has many Mid-Century Modern furniture new arrivals on the showroom floor that will make your summer that much better! Here are a few of the many “new” vintage items at Lost and Found in the Retro Knox showroom space:

Shell Lamps (Set of two) for $225

Complete the look with the retro dresser beneath them.

Black marble with metal stand and gold etching for $95

This piece is solid and would compliment the artistry of an older Victorian home

Vintage Large Vase for $90

Gather your strength. This vase is heavy, large and in charge.

Vintage Patio Chairs with Yellow Seat Cushions (Set of two) for $250 or a Green Glider Bench, listed at $175

These may be sold separately, but they make a great match for anyone wanting a fun, summer look.

Additional items so new, we don’t even have pictures of them yet:

Ethan Allen Bench, $325; 1940s Clothes Cabinet, $600; Small Clothes Cabinet, $225; MasterCraft Dining Table with two leaves and six chairs, $1,800; Shelving Unit with intricate wood-carved etchings on the doors, $750; Hooker Seven Seas Desk in Burl, $950.

Retro Knox offers up unique Mid-Century Modern furniture, collectibles and art based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Delivering one-of-a-kind, affordable furnishings home to your inside and outside spaces, Retro Knox offers vintage decor with name brands such as Herman Miller, Steelcase, Woodward, Henredon and many more. To schedule an appointment to walk through the 22,000 square feet of antiquing goodness, send us a message or call John Knox at 616.308.6767. Otherwise, visit us at our retail spaces at Archive Antiques and Lost and Found – Treasures of Old and New in Grand Rapids.

John Knox