You saw my booth at the Roadside Relics Vintage Market yesterday. Today I’ll show you a few of my the other booths there. There were about 25 vendors total. Not bad for the first market. Almost all the covered spots were full with just a couple uncovered on the dirt around us.
And as usual at markets like this, every one of the vendors I met was really nice. It’s just us hanging out with a bunch of other people that love to do the same things that we do.
I believe that Corrina took all these photos. I took photos of my own space then got busy and didn’t even think about taking pictures of everyone else’s.
I was in love with this green screen door but it was huge.
This shabby chic booth was my neighbor’s. (You can see the backs of my wooden crates to the left.) Even though this isn’t my style I love looking at it! Especially those pale blue chairs, which reminded me of my dad’s dining room chairs. Hmmmm…. I wonder if he’d notice if I painted his?
The booth below was my neighbor across the center aisle. Two lovely ladies from England. They sat with us in the empty space I showed you yesterday. I could have just listened to them talk all day. Between our three accents it sure didn’t sound like a flea market in California! They had some beautiful painted jewelry boxes too, along with other furniture. But my favorite was the little turquoise (of course!) dresser with the water faucet handles.
Then there was the “man-tique” booth below. They had a giant fire hydrant, too, that the Music Man wanted to put in his garden. (Which would have taken up half our little townhouse garden!) I went over to talk to her about it and she said her husband had one in their yard that he ran a hose through so it looked like he was watering the yard through a fire hydrant. I wish I had taken a picture of it. It sold before I could get back over to her.