It came up fast but this Saturday, the 15th, is Vintagepalooza and I wanted to tempt you with some of what I'll have for sale.
The Vintage Marketplace at Glenwood
2945 RT 97
Glenwood, MD 21738
Please visit their website to see what
I'll have this fabulous garden table. It could work inside or outside on your porch or patio. Six can sit comfortably around it. On top is a dough bowl with boxwood spheres and on the bottom shelf a small lazy susan.
My favorite furniture piece for this sale is this re-purposed file drawer section. The raised panels suggested a Union Jack design to me. I did a Union Jack variation in tones of black and gray. I added some vintage iron legs from my stash to raise it up. It could be a side table or a buffet with file storage.
I cascaded the pattern to the back as well as onto the front.
I always love caned pieces. I have the rails for this single bed which would make a perfect day bed. The one-drawer night stand matches the bed. The vintage metal wall sconce has been re-wired and has a plug. No need to call the electrician. The book ends are architectural fragments. Scrolly ironwork can go inside or in the garden.
I always have to have some nature-inspired items for sale. I filled a cloche with shells and placed it on a Pottery Barn pedestal. The shell on a stand is faux. The turtle shell and antlers are authentic.
I was so excited when I found these rubber stamps in their original box.
There are 89 letters and symbols!!!!!
All things Frenchy next. The Robin Hood flour sign is enamelware as is the canister set. They're resting on a ledger book within a scale.
I'll have my shabby stools that got their face lifts.
This vintage vanity has curvy cabriole legs. I recovered it in a creamy Belgium linen with braided trim and nail heads in the corners. Check back later for tutorial.
Gotta love that leg.
I hope to see all you DC area readers on Saturday.