Katie Seldon of The Classic Farmhouse is one of our long time vendors... now you don't have to wait for a show to purchase her wares, she has opened up a shop in Auburn, WA.
Her displays are always inspiring.
Katie's love for vintage is apparent in all of her products. She hand selects only the best for her customers.
We fell in love with this metal cart.
Ooooh and the color on this cabinet is scrumptious!
Here's the banner we found on her blog that gives you all you need to know to locate her shop. Super big plus...she's in the Sunbreak Cafe building so go early to catch an awesome breakfast!!
Another fun store that is participating in our Puyallup show is
Gypsy Soul(aka Gypsy Home).They are located at 815 NW Wall St in Bend, Oregon.
These chicks really know how to decorate a home and how to outfit you...in bonefide gypsy style!
You should check out their facebook page and browse through all the awesomeness!
If you can't get to these stores in person remember they'll both be a vendors at our November 4th & 5th show in Puyallup. We are happy to have both of these fineestablishments and we know they will bring their "A" game!
Just a few short weeks away! We just know ya'll are gonna love our next show. Our vendors have shown us and told us about all their great finds. They'll be hauling all the good stuff to PUYALLUP to present to you in the finest of fashion a junk-o-holic wonderland that we like to call a VINTAGE MARKET!
Friday Night is our Breast Cancer Benefit... Lots of PINK will be seen here! Right now (until October 31st) you can buy tickets online to this event! You will still be able to purchase at the door, however, all ONLINE ticket sales will get in 5:30pm instead of 6:00pm. One more great thing about going Friday... it gets you in Saturday too! To purchase tickets "click" here. Buy early to get in early!!!
Here is where the COUPON comes into play! Saturday Morning everyone restocks... Yep, you heard us! More NEW merchandise for you to drool over... (We can't fit everything in those booths.)
Remember Christmas is just around the corner!!! Great 1 of a Kind gifts... Just saying! This coupon is for SATURDAY only~ Print off as many as you like... share with all your friends, family, and maybe some people you see at the mall. Facebook and TWITTER are also great places!!
We have it the BIG number on our JuNk SaLvAtIon facebook page... 4000! That means we will be doing a GIVEAWAY!!!! Yay, we LOVE giveaways... Stay tuned to see what we will be doing!
Today’s guest post is from Susi, a writer for Arcadian Lighting. Founded in 2002, Arcadian Lighting started selling decorative home lighting fixtures and lamps online, and has become one of the top Internet retailers for home lighting products. Visit their website and cool blog for more information.
The foyer is often the room we forget to decorate. With a small budget and a keen eye, you can find amazing pieces for your foyer at the flea market. Here are eight of our favorite foyers that have wonderful flea market décor. The great thing about flea market décor is you can mix it in with pieces you already own for a inexpensive but stylish new look. Enjoy!
This is such a clever use for vintage suitcases and reclaimed wood... make a console table. If only you could open the suitcases and use them as storage.
Traditional style furniture and prints are great flea market finds for your foyer. A drop leaf table makes a perfect console table. Love the vintage phone.
A collection of flea market finds makes for a charming foyer. The dresser provides storage for shoes, keys, mail, umbrellas... you name it. Love the upholstery on the vintage chair and the lovely little wall sconces.
Recovering a piano bench is a colorful suzani and painting the base transforms it into the perfect seating for an entry. A vintage Mission style umbrella stand is put to good use holding vintage canes.
Small flea market finds can create an interesting still life in the foyer. Unusual lamps and objects add personal character in the space.
Mixing flea market finds often makes for an eclectic style space. A modern zebra covered bench paired with a rustic wood console and antique map creates a travel inspired foyer. Love the rope shades on the lamps.
A collection of botanic prints sets the design for this cottage/rustic foyer. The vintage console table is a great landing place for keys and mail. Love the baskets for storage.
Mixing in flea market finds with new or existing furniture can give your foyer an eclectic vintage style. Look for art, mirrors, small stools, baskets, lamps and objects at the flea market to add to your existing foyer décor.
For more ideas on a small budget, check out the Arcadian Lighting blog for more inspirations and tips on how you can achieve a stylish decor at a very small price. Also, don't forget to check them out for amazing lighting products such as pendant lights, outdoor lanterns, and many more.
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That's right Bob the Letter Guy will be bringin' truck loads of letters for all you Junk Sisters to rummage through to find the combination that is right for you. We're sure he's bringin' some of his time wornvintage signs too. We are always curious to hear the stories behind the signs...and Bob knows them all. He travels around
thisgrand oldcountryof ours
pickin' relics of the past and we are uber excited to have him back!
Who are we kiddin'our shoppers are writin' us all the time that they want him back!!
We took him to Farm Chicks and he was an instant hit
with Chick followers there too!
So figure out what ya'll gotta spell and hit his booth quickly when you walk in the doors of "Junk Salvation"in Puyallup on November 4th and 5th. Remember we are located at The South Hill Mall Campus in the Competitive Edge building. Oh and sisters if ya'll wanna get in early buy your tickets here.