So, my boys promised me we could try again for the next one which happened to be this last weekend, and a beautiful, sunny, 70 degree day.
Lots of interesting things ....
Upon first entering was a huge table filled with all of these wonderful grain sacks:
So perfect for making pillows or table runners.
I loved this old steamer trunk. I wonder who D.R.G.M. is, and what grand ocean liners it traveled in its day.
Think of all the clothes and shoes you could carry in that thing .... even a 7 year old boy!
A demijohn! (love)
My husband and I were eyeing up a pair of these industrial shelves (on wheels) for our office.
Kyle and Braden thought these old movie theater seats were way cool.
I've always liked the idea of lining a mudroom with lockers ... wouldn't these be great painted a bright color?
A wonderful old suitcase I'm now wishing I bought.
Mirrors are always fun.
Love this weathered pedestal table ... AND the turquoise dresser behind it!
A Louis XVI style chair in a bird print! (Swoon.)
More mirrors ... with fantastic old tin frames.
I would love to build a room around these old factory mirrors.
And still ... more mirrors. These antique cog wheel mirrors would be perfect in a swanky bachelor pad.
And I was so excited when the lovely Gosia of Architectural Anarchy recognized me as I approached he booth and said hello. I didn't even know she would be there. She had some lovely things as well, although I realized after we got home that I was so busy talking to her that I forgot to take very many pictures of her booth. I am still overdue in getting to their showroom down in Pilsen.
I did love this antique clock face. It is not a working clock, but would still make quite a statement on the right wall.
Also loved this chalkboard globe.
And what, if anything, did we purchase?
I'll share with you later in the week!