Do you love the look of coastal vintage decor? Wait until you see this “Sun Washed and Sandy” market at Sage Farm Antiques on the Seacoast.
Sun Washed and Sandy
Was the theme of this weekend’s vintage pop-up market. Sage Farm Antiques in North Hampton, NH has several themed pop-ups over the spring, summer, and fall seasons. You may find a list of their upcoming events HERE.
The prices are always reasonable and I’ve found the best time to go is on a hot Saturday when everyone is at the beach here on the Seacoast.
We have a pretty big photo shoot coming up at our home here in Maine this Wednesday (more to come on that) therefore this vintage pop-up couldn’t have been more timely.
And Ella our Bernese Mountain dog was able to ride along with me this time, as they also have a Berner, Truman who Ella loves to play with when we visit.
What makes coastal cottage unique?
It’s a casual and quirky character that reflects long days at the beach, a drive in a convertible, a fire pit in the backyard, reading a book in an old hammock, collected beach shells & driftwood, peanut butter taffy in the kitchen, and the promise of a good night’s sleep in the coziest of coastal cottage style.
You may also enjoy seeing our summer house tour in the post, Coastal Grandmother Summer Decor “In My Mother’s Home”.
Let’s Go Antiquing
First up I found this pretty in pink vintage McCoy vase for $29, so cute. Then I remembered the paper mache roses around the corner in all their shades of pink for $2.00 a piece.
A match made in heaven…
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Don’t you just love old picnic baskets? Well, all baskets for that matter am I right?
But there’s just something about picnic baskets that are so dreamy.
You may enjoy the post, The Humble Joys of an Old Fashioned Picnic Basket.
I didn’t need a picnic basket today, however I did come across this antique basket selling for just $28.
For our photo shoot this week, I need to remove the television from our living room and this basket will replace it sitting pretty on top of my mother’s favorite antique blue cabinet.
Now what to fill it with? What do you think?
I already have a basket full of pinecones. Blue hydrangeas maybe?
Loved these cuties too!
My friend Kelly over at The Tattered Pew has the most exquisite collection of wicker-wrapped DemiJohns like this one above. I feel a new collection of these in my future…
Aren’t these glorious?
You may also enjoy the post, The Best Vintage Market and an Antique Haul.
Nautical Decor Ideas
This little turquoise bucket filled with shells is just too much.
And I have major regrets that I let this one go.
But I do have a basket of sand dollars that I found out “Thrifting with the Gals” last summer. You may see more of it here in the post Vintage Glassware – Because It’s All About the Glass.
An Irish Blue Striped Pitcher
Blue and Irish are all I needed to know and at just $18…
You may also enjoy the post, The Best Vintage Garden Variety Market.
Plus the fact that I have a little blue and white striped thrifted lamp in our sunroom that will pair up so nicely along with some seasonal flowers.
White chippy cabinets that just scream vintage coastal cottage style.
To be seen in a bathroom, bedroom, or in your favorite outdoor space.
On a kitchen counter for extra storage. Ahhh all that chippiness and coastal vintage cottage decor that can only be found at the vintage markets.
I love how these lime green striped straws with vintage soda fountain glasses share fond memories of summer days gone by.
And how about those green Apples paired with them?
We found some wonderful finds today at the “Sun Washed and Sandy” market along with a blue vintage luggage rack, a fabulous round pillow, and this antique basket.
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I’m so glad you dropped by, and if you are new to my blog, welcome! I hope you enjoyed your visit with us here today at our Home in Coastal Maine.
Be sure to also check out our Home in Vermont too, where we spend winters enjoying the coziness of home in the Green Mountains of Vermont.
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Kathy Munday says
LOVE. LOVE. LOVE the Down East finds. We are planning a trip to Maine in September and I will definitely want to see the awesome antiques and “quirky “ items there!!! What a fun tour!!! Hugs to Ella! She’s the best partner to have on your journey to magnificent finds!!!
Hi Kathy, have a wonderful visit, and don’t miss Cabot Antiques, it’s a gem!
Kim | Shiplap and Shells says
So many fun things Ann! I loved the turquoise pail with the seashells you passed up. I totally get it. I did the same last weekend and was so bummed about walking away but I just couldn’t justify the price. The blue and white pitcher is a great find.
Loved seeing the photo shoot blog. Cant wait to see article and pictures in the magazine. I know your parents would have been so excited too! You and your husband have really created a beautiful place! It has been so fun to see process!
Thank you so much Amy😘
Lou Ann says
Hi Ann! Love those apples !!! My husband and I are headed to visit his family who are scattered all over New England next week. Could you please send me the address of your little antique space ?? Also , any suggestions for vintage hunts ? We will be all around for a couple of weeks. Thanks! Keep your creative ideas coming! I am always inspired. P.S. you might remember….I am the person who ALSO goes out in the snow in my pajamas!!
Hi Lou Ann, it’s The Vintage Soul in Manchester VT and you may find all my favorite stops here: https://www.dabblinganddecorating.com/my-favorite-thrifty-shops-from-vermont-to-maine/ we’ll be in pajama season before you know it😂