mint-in-box Sunbeam appliance center

Okay, I really only bring this up because there seem to be SO MANY COINCIDENCES among readers of this blog. Like, Femme1 is also the granddaughter of Pennsylvania coal miners. Steel kitchen cabinets show up from readers just as I am about to do a post. We all eat corn on the cob using the typewriter method! So… anyone else have a birthday today? Aquarians? 1959 same year as Barbie?

I also get to show off the recent ebay presents that I bought myself. You don’t think I list EVERYTHING awesome on this blog, now do you? I am all about mint-in-box these days, as you can see.

Finally – and I really mean it – my best birthday present this year, in addition to having a healthy family, is this blog and all the great friends it’s helped me make. It’s actually quite amazing.

So here are the goodies:

Mint-in-box Boy Scout sign. (I set their current politics aside.):

vintage retro boy scouts sign

Mint-in-box 1978 Sears kitchen faucet (which I don’t need one bit) but look at those cool hot and cold handles:

Mint-in-box Sears kitchen faucet

And best of all, mint-in-box Sunbeam appliance center which is making me SO SO SO Happy, even though it’s going to cost even more to install. Now, why did these not catch on?:

mint-in-box Sunbeam appliance center

  1. Dennis says:

    I would love to see the details of the Sunbeam Appliance Center – is it wired in, or plugs in to a conventional outlet? I had bought a Sunbeam T20A toaster off ebay a few years ago, I was afraid to use it as the cord looked old. When my cheapo toaster died, I sent it off to Toaster Central to be checked over, nothing mechanically wrong, they cleaned it and replaced the cord and plug. What a great toaster! I don’t have to fight with it, and this one automatically raises and lowers the toast – no levers! This also has “radiant control” which I guess measures the temp of the bread by radiating the heat to a reflector – and measuring the temp – works so great!

  2. Mrs. Pitcher says:

    I know this is a little late, but I LOVE the idea of an appliance center! I know in my kitchen I could use one! Since my house was built in 1951, the outlets are few and far between, and there has been more than one occasion when I’ve been turning around in circles with hand mixer plug in hand looking for an available outlet. I wonder if an appliance maker could be persuaded to make them to modern standard?

  3. Holyoke Cindy says:

    Hey Pam!!! Happy B-Day! Isn’t it amazing that all over the world your readers have made decorating and renovation decisions influenced by reading your blogs and viewing all the great photos you collect? It’s Happy Birthday to All! Enjoy those gifts!

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