Sunday, June 15, 2014

Chick flicks...in spokane

 lipstick gypsy, more shabby and pinks with a touch of nature, animal friends.

 Olive and rose filled with unique patina style vintage

 Lots of furniture pieces around, many on the "stuff you don't see everyday" type thing.

 Creative lighting...this piece was clear punch bowl cups covering for the chandalier john bobs.

 Pits of a pear brought their sweet glamper...you could walk through and purchase items from inside.
I took many photo's, dont know where they are hiding. they were awesome and selling tons. Yeah for Tonya and Brandon who took the big plunge.

 shops piled high and stacked deep, made it to where you would need to go around and around.
We shopped 15 hours in the 2 days...400 spaces filled to capacity, 300 vendors.

 Mixing industrial. farmhouse. whimsey. shabby. chippy. weathered. worn. patina...all together.

 I love they keep it antique vintage. Did find one booth with new but totally vintage style...will share that on another post of what we purchased.  Aqua, creams, reds and pinks still the main colors.

 truely my photo's are nothing compared to what was there.

 Ladders. doors. scaffolding created high displays for lighting and vignettes.


 I spotted this within the 2nd hour...you can see it came home with us! love love love.





I was suprised at all the scaffolding used this year for displays. they created an airy open space, the
more grungy covered with paint and cement the better they looked.

 There was alot of creativity...
 I'm not showing you the crowded big isles...until 3:00 p.m. it's hard to move the first day.
Love the second day, although 1/2 to see, still wonderful items to pick from and you can easily shop inside the booths and talk to an owner. a very tired owner and their many helpers.

 My favorite is watching the stuff go out the door...proud new owners of some great vintage pieces.
Sorry I didn't have photo's of vine street antiques from salt lake city. Maybe I can get some from these guys. They had a fabulous space. Proud of Utah vendors for sure! hard hard work...hugs to them!

3 comments:

Pam@OurAdventuresInHomeImprovement said...

I'm so envious that you got to go! I love the pics. Thanks for sharing!

Pam

Cindy Geilmann said...

I feel like I'm with you as I look at these picks. Hope you had fun.

Stacy's Shabby Shoppe said...

Looks awesome Brenda! Maybe I will have to make the trek next year! xo