30 vendors tucked in various places inside this sunny, warm building full of live greenry. You could almost hear the birds singing like a spring day. Pretty unique. lots of variety.
Perfect setting for a January flea market!
What we found... we LOVE!
BRAMBLES and blossoms shop in Provo...cute Lisa who loves to collect Industrial, Naturalistic, Patina, Rust, Farmhouse etc. Old chippy wood pieces displays each room in such a naturalistic way you just want to stay for a long while to soak it all in. It's different. Refreshing to find uniqueness in a shop now days isn't it?
Outside you can't miss this aqua patina truck...so fitting for Pulling you in off the road. She has been in this location for 10 years.I met her only a year ago and loved her energy and now I know her style...it's kind of the new term RAW.
Inside displays of white chippy patina await you... January is never any shopkeepers grandest...it's when Christmas has been put away and it's time to prepare for the seasons ahead. (and it's alot of work).
Lisa wants us to come back when she is at her capacity...but we loved the bones of her displays...and you can see her old wooden floors which we fell in love with. You will too. (be sure to look down). My mind wandered a bit to think about sweet spring tucked into the vignettes. ahhh Spring! (I think Christmas would be fantastic there too).
4 rooms and then a big room to dig around in...stuff waiting to make their grande arrival onto the display floors...but, they could make their way to your home first...You will not be disappointed in what you find! This girl can collect neat stuff!
see I told you...
good junk heaven!
Love is in the air there...and she has some of the best scents.
Address: 959 s. state Provo this road is between Provo and on the way into Springville on the East side of the road. Look for her rustic and inviting porch. will check her days and hours schedules.
We also visited Treasures antique mall West of Springville.
Lisa suggested this place...could she hear our tummies? Can I say that I would be there every week if it were only closer, I have never eaten at a place that has such flavor, everything is organic, grass fed etc etc etc... SO REFRESHING. Not like usual mexican food smothered in beans, sauces and cheese. Located in Orem, just south of the University mall, south side of the Wendys on the west. don't blink you'll miss...serious. you've been warned!
It's small/quaint/best service and the tables are little square wooden ones. We also had fresh pineapple juice in mason jars. We even talked about throwing out all of our glasses and using mason jars at home. Not that it's a new idea at all, but we have time on our side now and jars that didn't get used this year! (loving our new life, yes, REALLY!)
The Granny smith apple cheese salad...whoa, I did not expect this presentation, the dressing was lemon, lime & sea salt.YOU MUST TRY! Does anyone know how to cut up apples this thin, tiny strips, would love to know. (cause we have extra time, right!)
Just helping you decide (and lisa has her favorites too of avocado taco, Plantano...dont forget!)... this is Carnita and steak tacos, the steak had granny smith apple topping...oh heaven sang ! (loved the carnita).
Note...we said to the waitress "we are coming back"... but this family owned business is leaving utah , so you need to go there BEFORE the end of april. They are placing themselves in a perfect location in California's Nampa valley...you'll understand why. They began this restaurant because their mother had to start eating healthy due to health problems...not sure of any details.
Sweet visit with my niece Diane in Lindon, she lives in a care center and loves to sit in the sun. We brought her valentines and diet coke, because she is loved by our family alot.