a pop of color on a gray winter’s day
Outdoor iron table and six chairs, each with unique personalization (Mother, Father, Bubba)
Last Sunday was the first Alameda Vintage Flea Market of 2013. I had very little budget ($20 max) so I waited to enter until 2 p.m. (when it’s free admission) and vowed to take more pictures than make purchases. Here are some of the many pretty things that caught my eye:
ladders spotted everywhere, very on trend, but this pair soared to new heights!
This Sunbeam bakery sign took me right back to 8th Avenue at home, the wafting smell of freshly baked Sunbeam bread in South Nashville. Yum! Wish I could have snagged this to star in my future kitchen.
A great cart for scrapbooks, linens, plants, dishes… I was drooling!
This tiered shelf would be much improved in a brighter paint, don’t you agree?
New trend in the making: I saw several vendors with these French two-handled buckets.
I want this!
LOVE this neon”love” sign
Long graceful legs and shelves.
Look at all these mail slots to fill. I bet I have enough monogrammed stationery for each little cubby.
A cast iron owl weathervane! Only $299…so I could only afford to snap a pic. Maybe I’ll win the lottery and it will be there next month?!
Pastel rebar peace signs for the garden… how do I get one to 37215?
One personalized chair in a set of six
I love white wicker. Enough said.
The guy selling metal initials had these painted wooden signs this month. Love the bright sherbert colors.
I was struck by this vendor’s wicker bar acting as their counter. Lightweight, stylish and useful. Perfection!
Great storage added to an inexpensive work table.
What I took home…a ceramic owl vase/umbrella stand…pricetag=$20.