An occasionally updated chronicle of estate sales in the city and suburbs of Chicago.

"It's such a guilty pleasure..." Lynne Stiefel, Pioneer Press

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Chicago "Twin Peaks" Cabin

This house sat off of the street a bit, and hid behind some overgrown evergreens. It was a bit dark and mysterious.

It was filled with antiques, and some stuff that was just old.

There was only one bathroom in the house, and it had never been out of service for updating.

I wanted to buy this jacket, but I don't have the country music career to go with it.

Isn't this absolutely just the most adorable thing you've ever seen in your whole entire life? During the course of the day, I would see three more examples of this type of art.

The Twin Peaks vibe was strongest down in the basement.

Any wall that didn't have wood paneling on it had this.

You could start your own One-Eyed Jack's.

This combination of strange equipment was found deeper inside the basement.

It led to a dark, cramped laundry area.

With this medical poster taped to one wall.

And this on another.

When I returned to the main floor, this was waiting for me.

I snapped this photo and left.

No comments :

Post a Comment

Related Posts with Thumbnails