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The Vintage Market

Here are some quick pictures from Polly’s yesterday before I head out the door this morning at the Vintage Market. it was so amazing to be around such inspiring makers and beautiful displays! When you walk in the door it’s inspiring from the welcoming chalkboard!
Vintage Chalk board and nest display

This was such a cute way to welcome people in! I love how they used an old playset to create a beautiful sign for the Vintage Market. It’s so creative!
Playset made into a vintage market sign
It was so exciting that there was a line out the door before it even opened!
Line for the vintage market
Polly’s home is pretty gorgeous on it’s own and it made everything look even better! A great display is everything when it comes to a store or market.
Vintage market in an old home

This cabinet is to die for and made a great place to display vintage items for sale.

Vintage cabinet for display

There were so many great vintage items, it was hard to not shop myself.

Vintage market in a home with vintage decor
I loved the way the wood shelves were used to create cubbies for the item. The tree branches from the ceiling made a great eye catching design.
Display idea for a rustic store with wood cubbies and vintage items

There as so much to see and look at! There were lots of handmade pillows, and furniture items such as vintage settees, and I adore the dress form with the vintage books pages for a skirt! I have a thing for vintage book pages!

Vingage market with old furniture and vintage items and decor

And these garlands made of vintage book pages are pretty amazing too!

Vintage book page garlands

And  What a clever use of glass doors for display! I love how they separate the room but you can see through them to see the goodies on the other side! So brilliant! The pillows are so cleverly displayed on the church pew. I  can see how double duty in display is an awesome thing! Sell the bench and the pillows.

Old doors used as see through display

It’s such a great vintage market! I hope you’ll stop by and shop with us!

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  1. Jennifer,
    It was so nice to meet you.You are so sweet.Wish we had more time to chat.Maybe I will catch up with you at another show.I had a great time.So much to see.Wish I had more money and time.Never enough of either.She has a beautiful home.So sweet of her to open it up like that.Amazing how she transformed her home into a shop.

  2. Oh my goodness!!! I just came across your blog – and am soon hoping to spend hours here!!! I loved your post about getting inspired by God, and everything else you have written that I have had a chance to read so far! I will be back shortly – but HAD to ask – did you make those neat swags with the book pages? Do you tell anywhere how you made them? I LOVE them, and having tons of old books from my in-laws estate, and not being able to throw them out – I LOVED this idea! (I have a whole file on pinterest about what to do with old sheet music!) – Can’t wait to visit again!!!

    Hugs from Michigan – Diane (Vruwink) Carlson

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