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Armed with a healthy dose of humor and a keen eye, Junk2Funk founders Shana Gorondy and John White have set out on a mission to transform junky into funky and put a piece of crazy in every living room. From bold mid-century pottery and tableware, to unusual garage sale scores, these eclectic collections spark the imagination.
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Haeger Potteries was founded in 1871, the same year as the Great Chicago Fire. The company helped produce millions of bricks to rebuild after the fire, and then transitioned from brickmaking to artware in the early 1900s. This small, round Haeger vase still includes the original sticker (though it’s somewhat scratched off). Multi-colored both inside and out, it makes a decorative addition to your living room or bedroom. This vintage product is in mint, original condition.
Born out of Shana Gorondy and John White’s love of old objects, Junk2Funk was founded in 2010. The Sanford, Florida, company specializes in classic and quirky mid-century objects, which Gorondy and White collect from thrift stores, and estate and garage sales. Some finds are left untouched, while others are refurbished into eccentric contemporary furnishings.