Every Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Hotel Furniture Liquidators opens its 6,500 square feet of labyrinthine warehouse space to the public so that you can treasure hunt through stacks of slightly preowned furniture. Keep fillet of snowman from going bad with a refrigerator and icemaker ($150) topped handsomely with a $15 lamp, or give relatives a floor-free slumber option by stocking a sturdy sleeper couch ($165). Bibliophiles can find the ruminating womb they long for in an upholstered chair and ottoman ($60), and washer/dryer combos go for $245 as long as customers agree not to bring about nuclear catastrophe by separating the two. Peaceful standing armies of credenzas, desks, end tables, start tables, and banquet linen add a cozy touch to any room. To get the jump on other buyers, scan some of Hotel Furniture Liquidators' current liquidation inventory beforehand.