Photo credit: Sustainablog
The beginning of September always seems like a time for change. Cooler weather arrives, students go back to school, and many apartment dwellers find themselves moving into new residences. This time of moving is always a little hectic. Between securing a new lease and battling to get a Uhaul at the end of the month, by the time the moving is all finished, new tenants usually find that they are needing a few furniture pieces to complete their space. Too tired to figure out where to hunt for these pieces on a budget? Not to worry, I have a few suggestions up my sleeve!
Read on to learn where to buy affordable items after the jump.
Since 1995, St. Paul Retro Loop store, Succotash, has brought Minnesotans the grooviest, funkiest furnishings, art, clothing, LP’s, pottery and accessories from the 1950’s to the 1970’s. Please come out to the store this weekend, August 6-8 and help store owners Paul and Noreen Allbright celebrate their 15 years of business! To help thank all their loyal customers, Succotash is discounting their inventory 15-50% store-wide. As an extra special thanks, Succotash is hosting a drawing for two Minnesota Twins Target Field Legend’s club tickets. Succotash specializes in design classics, as well as kitschy, fun merchandise. Check out selections of current and past merchandise in the gallery below! (Note: please know that some items featured in photos may not currently be in the store. Call ahead for availability).
Their extended hours for the event are:
Friday, 11-8pm, Saturday, 11-6 and Sunday 11-4pm.
781 Raymond Ave, St. Paul, MN.