Southeastern Salvage is one of those stores that everyone loves to browse around in. You can't go there looking for something specific, but you're always bound to find something interesting. They regularly carry a selection of rugs, tile (seconds), hardwood (seconds) and some other building supplies, but they also have, at any given time, furniture, glassware, pottery, candles, artwork, table linens, etc. Prices are very reasonable, but just be sure to look over what you're purchasing, as some things are seconds or may have chips and dings. The store is quite large, but isn't laid out in any rhyme or reason, adding to the fun of being on a treasure hunt. The parking lot can get crowded, but there is additional parking across the street.