I finally managed to go thrift store shopping this weekend. It has literally been months, and I was getting symptoms of withdrawal. I didn't find any furniture, but I did score this:
It's a gigantic (10x13) Chinoiserie rug - 100% New Zealand wool, made in Egypt. $30 - no lie. It didn't even have pet hairs or stains - and it came with a wonderfully thick rug pad.
I wasn't in the market for a rug so I bought it for resale, but when I rolled it out to clean it, I decided it was too nice not to keep. I replaced our free West Elm rug in the living room (and got a good workout to boot - now I know why people roll up dead bodies in rugs, you can hardly tell the difference). I like the print in there, I had a few too many solid colors in the space.
I looked up the company, and it looks like similar rugs of this size generally sell for $1500-$1700. So it was basically 98% off and in near-perfect condition. Yay for Goodwill!