When people ask me “What style decor is your home?”, I always answer “Vintage flea market decor”. It’s true. I am sure the majority of the items in my home were bought at a flea market. I have been shopping at vintage flea markets for about thirty years and today I am going to share with you some of my insider tips to flea market shopping.
If you look at the photo of our back porch, there are twenty-two items in this photo that I bought at a flea market. So trust me, I know how to shop a flea market.
I have been to a few flea markets in the past month and done a lot of shopping. I know I am really bad at sharing all of my final purchases. Usually, by the time I finish shopping, get everything loaded and unloaded from my car, I am too tired to take photos of my “loot. So today I thought I would share all of the things I found from my flea market shopping trips these past few weeks.
Spending a week in Waco was fabulous. But coming home is always amazing. I had a few projects to tackle today and the first was to restyle my entryway. Of course, that meant I had to unload the flea market items from my car. Perhaps I should mention they have been there for over two weeks. Oh, my.
I was so fortunate to be able to attend both the Rose Bowl Flea Market and the Long Beach Flea Market these past two weekends. I love shopping at flea markets, and my favorite part is styling them in my home. Read More
After spending way too much time at home (on crutches), I finally ventured out this past weekend to two fabulous flea markets. On Saturday I went to the Junk in the Trunk Vintage Flea market and on Sunday I went to the Ventura Flea Market. I am really excited to share today my vintage finds and my plans for using them in my home!Read More