posted on January 12th, 2016

We’re huge advocates of adventure, but sometimes, to keep things interesting, we need to find the adventure in the everyday.

Turo member and Travelogue contributor John C. recently opened up a new office and needed to deck it out with some furniture and cool tchotchkes to start settling in.

Instead of sidling up to Ikea or ordering a bunch of lackluster office furniture online, he rented David’s Toyota Tacoma pickup, loaded up  his colleagues, and went antique hunting in Oakland, CA, to find some new digs that would really make the office feel unique and homey.



They poked around the Temescal neighborhood first, then grabbed some fried chicken sandwiches to eat by the bayshore.



They also combed Berkeley’s mid-century vintage stores for chairs and interesting accent pieces.



Taking the time to find interesting pieces that would make their new office space feel comfortable and special, John and his crew had a productive, weekday adventure just by thinking outside the big box and taking some initiative.


Adventure awaits around every corner, whether it’s a foreign land or your own backyard. See what John and his team scored on their local excursion.

Megan is the copywriter and content tsarina at Turo. She lives to wander near and far, never met a beach (or dog) she didn’t like, and loves to talk postmodern lit and theory to anyone who’ll listen.