Welcome to the daily series In Search Of, where we look high and low on Krrb for one-of-a-kind items that we must have now! Today it’s all about “sets” and we’ve got loads of them.
Matching chairs, framed portraits and dishes — everything is better as a set. Whether it’s furniture or accessories, sets make mixing and matching more fun. Here are a few of our favorite furniture pieces, homegoods and even light boxes that work better as a set.
Set of Vintage Suitcases in Chicago, Illinois
Stop and stare because of the camel hue on this suit, stay awhile because of the amazing paisley lining.
Find them on Independence Vintage’s Corner. $165.
Plate Set in Brooklyn, New York
Originally $112 for the set of dinner plates and $96 for the set of salad plates, now you can get the dinner plates for $75 and $60 for the salad plates. “I went a little crazy during the Kitchn Cure,” the seller says.
Find them on Jennymiz’s Corner. $135.
Darkroom Lights in Chicago, Illinois
A great suggestion from the seller: “Use them as intended, or replace the red-brown acrylic sheets with 5 × 7 translucent glass or acrylic to create the most awesome pair of headboard reading lamps or wall sconces ever.”
Find them on Take2Vintage’s Corner. $125.
Bentwood Cafe Chairs in San Jose, California
The classic cafe chair is accented with seats upholstered in Japanese seigaiha patterned fabric. So chic!
Find them on Vintage Modern’s Corner. $350.
Pair of Side Tables in Chicago, Illinois
A pair of side tables in two sizes. Round and elegant for a simple living room setup.
Find them on Found Vintage Living’s Corner. $295.