Mid-Century on Reddit

Reddit is a pretty solid time waster in my life, and I just found the mid-century subreddit so all my free time is now accounted for. If you don't know what Reddit is, it's a social network and news site where people share interesting things they find on the internet. And subreddit's limit those things to a specific topic, in this case mid-century stuff.

The mid-century subreddit is filled with people sharing photos of their mid-century homes, trying to identify unknown pieces and bragging about great garage sale finds. I'll be hanging out there a lot, especially if people keep posting truths like this:


  1. That's my favorite sub! Thanks for posting about it, growth over there has been steady but a little slow. Hopefully this will send some new people our way :)

  2. I wish I would have seen this 7 months ago...

    1. I went and bid on a few things, but didn't end up winning anything. I'm not going to lie, it was one of the best auctions I've been to as far as quality (and in many cases price). I've been on their email list ever since hoping that they'll have another auction just as good some day.