Sorry, couldn't resist. I did not mean that in a naughty way, actually. I'm working on a project to turn all my various bureau, desk, night-stand, vanity, and sewing table drawers into authentic Golden Age drawers. So, if someone went snooping in my home and opened any of those drawers, I would want them to find nothing past 1945. Question: is this too eccentric? Has anyone else done this, and if so, what did you, ahem, put into your drawers? Right now my nightstand has handkerchiefs, gold-rimmed reading glasses, a reproduction 1930s tin of aspirin, and hand cream. On top of the nightstand I have a carafe for water, a reproduction 1939 Big Ben alarm clock, a lamp with a mica shade and whatever I happen to be reading. So the nightstand is pretty much done, but I'd love some other suggestions. My vanity table has absolutely nothing in it or on it that couldn't pass for 30s-40s, so that's good. I've collected buttons, 30s tailor's chalk, scissors, tape, zippers, etc. for my sewing corner, but my machines are all too new (1970s-90s.) I don't have the space right now for an old machine or stand. In my living room, I have a cabinet with golden era magazines, Sears catalogues, 78s, and the like, but I have to keep working on it -- there's still some modern crap in there. I just don't quite know how to get rid of it. Any other suggestions or ideas?