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I had my shopping list in hand. I had my flea market cart ready to go. There was a buzz and excitement in the air as all of the early birds lined up ready to shop the junk. I was excited for the unexpected. I had never been before so I had no idea what to expect.
You can read my thoughts about the show and view lots of “junky” photos here, but today I’ll share with you the treasures that came home with me.
I found this awesome little industrial side table:
The table has metal legs and a dark, rustic wood top. It reminds me of similar ones I’ve seen at World Market. I saw it sitting in the back of a display under a bunch of other junk. It certainly helps that I’ve set up displays before because I can see the booth in its entirety and not just the surface items for sale. I moved everything off of it and found this beauty underneath. I carried it around with me, awkwardly, in my cart. It was too small to justify leaving it in the booth to come back and pick it up. As I carted it around the Bonanza, folks were stopping me, asking where I got it from and they were commenting on how cool it was. I had one lady stop me three times to tell me how much she liked it. It’s perfect for our family room in the basement and with a price tag of $27, that made it even sweeter!
I also found 4 vintage restaurant coffee mugs and vintage flash cards that I’d been wanting for some time. The mugs are perfectly chunky and heavy. There’s just something about drinking out of a restaurant mug that makes the coffee taste better. Anyone with me on that?
The vintage flash cards are fun because you can create little messages with them, or use them to label items around the house. They become that “unexpected” element to a vignette.
I also bought this old vintage flash card for the playroom because of this saying:
And here’s the other side of it:
I don’t care for that side! For some reason the comparison bothers me.
And of course I couldn’t pass up this sign:
Gee, I wonder why?
If you look closely you can see that it’s an old drawer front made into a sign. Brilliant! The round circles on either end of the sign are drawer pulls:
See the dovetailing on the side:
It now hangs in our kitchen above the doorway leading into the playroom.
It was my favorite purchase of the day.
I also had success finding a wood stool for our bathroom.
I set it right next to the vanity. I think it will be another great place to toss a towel, or clothes, or whatever. As I said in an earlier post, I think it will also be a great place to put a little “welcome” basket for our guests. I found this stool buried deep in a display after my third time through the Bonanza. I had almost given up on finding one that day. I came across a lot of primitive, chippy, painted stools, but I just wanted a bare wood one. Most of them were out of my price range too. This one was $14 and perfect for what I was looking for.
On the way home from JB, I couldn’t help myself. I had to stop at an antique mall. I couldn’t help it. The billboard I saw along the side of the road on my way home said to “stop in”. I had to obey it.
I ran through the mall super quick because I really wanted to get home, but I was glad I stopped. I found the “mini me” version of our large stoneware bowl that sits on our butcher block counter. Isn’t it cute?
It was $10. I know! I couldn’t believe it either. They can usually fetch anywhere between $25 and $50, but this one had a crack in it:
But I don’t care. I love it just as it is. Imperfection and all.
**BIG NEWS ALERT**: Please check out the three (yes three!!) blogs that have featured B & B’s Nest this week: the lovely Rhoda at Southern Hospitality featured our trash picked buffet, the talented Stephanie Lynn at Under the Table and Dreaming featured our Fall Mantel and Beth from the ever popular blog, Home Stories A to Z, also featured our Fall Mantel. I can hardly believe it! What a great week so far! Thank you, Ladies, for the wonderful compliment by way of your feature! We truly, truly appreciate it!