I loved sneaking out of my vendor space to go a bit of shopping. I paced myself because I want to be more deliberate in what I bring home. You know how much I love furniture and become OBSESSED with interesting objects, but I think there have been times that I’ve bordered on being a hoarder. Editing is not my favorite, but it does feel more airy when I clean out and do a giveaway.
Here are a few of the items that I couldn’t resist.
This gorgeous ironstone-like bowl is from East End Trading Co – one of my favorite vendors ever! He was also selling these really cool beads in lots of colors
I’m sad to say that I don’t remember where I got this cool mirror. This is one of these things that you could walk by and not notice. The Luckett’s Market can be super overwhelming so I like to go slow and walk around a few times. BUT, if there is something that looks really unique I just grab and buy it. It’s a cute little hallway mirror. It’s where the animals like to gather for their morning meeting too.
Love some old, English-style needlepoint on furniture. I have a weakness for stools. Love this little guy. It doesn’t matter if the colors don’t “fit” in because it’s small and can hold it’s own.
I found this little ironstone creamer. So cute!
These gorgeous antique Bibles came from my Dairy Barn neighbor, Vintage Culture Antiques.
I’m thrilled with my little finds. I also bought a bench that I’m planning on painting so that will be coming soon too.
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Jill / Daffodils Galleria says
Not surprisingly, I love every single one of your treasures! I totally get the “am I a hoarder yet?” thing…. How come all my cute stuff looks a mess in my house but all your cute stuff looks just right? Maybe you should come fix me. 🙂 xoxo Jill
hahahahaha thx Jill! it’s a fine line!
hahahahaha. I am kinda a hoarder 😉