Happy New Year!
We, here at Joyful, are self-disciplined most of the time, but in January we like to relax a little and let our furniture fulfill our new year's resolutions for us. If you haven't yet been convinced of the transformational power of objects, check it out.
This waterfall dresser will make everything you say sound decisive and clever like it came out of a 40's movie star. $499 SOLD
This mini secretary desk will get you organized. Not only will it call you when you're about to miss an appointment, it will cover for you until you arrive. $199 SOLD
This smooth and curvy beauty will make you proud of your derriere. We're not sure how. Just enjoy it. $650 SOLD
This sweet antique set will make you nice ...even at Kinko's. Dresser $399 Desk $299 SOLD
This nightstand puts you to bed before midnight. $179 SOLD
This vanity will help you manifest your (Barbie?) dream house. $399 SOLD
This streamlined dining set only serves you exactly what you need to eat, just when you need it. $299 SOLD
This rocker will make you the kind of mother who not only allows the underwater mermaid party, but jumps in. $99 SOLD
This bookcase turns off your t.v. whenever you're hypnotized into watching something stupid. $400 SOLD
This desk will help you do well in school. If you're not in school, this desk will go back in time and retroactively change your grades. $299 SOLD
This end table serves you enough drinks to make you funny but stops you before you call your ex. $299 SOLD
You will dream the ending to your first novel in this bed. $450 SOLD
Recycle your fabric furniture! Upholstery expert, Leah McBee, is teaching a beginning-level reupholstery class January 15th through February 12th. Classes will be held at Joyful Furniture and the cost is $150. Call 303-565-6678 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
In celebration of second semester, (and new beginnings in general) we are giving student discounts Jan 10th through 18th. We don't really care whether you're in college. All you have to do to get the deals is tell us what you're learning now.
“Before you criticize someone, you should walk a mile in their shoes. That way when you criticize them, you are a mile away from them and you have their shoes.” Jack Handey