Do you attend your state’s Vintage Market Days? Did you know that many states offer Vintage Market Days? They are amazing to attend if you love vintage finds as I do! And there’s even an app, “VMD”!! I was so excited and fortunate enough to partner with our very own here in Vermont this year! #VMD
Vintage Markets are so festive with music, food trucks, raffles, and all the vintage you can imagine!
I want to share some of my finds from #VMD with you and how I decorated
them within our home. Hopefully, this will inspire you to check out your own local Vintage Markets!
When I saw this crooked-looking vintage basket with the canvas sign and goldenrods I knew it was a must-have! The basket and dried flowers were only $20!
And at a nearby booth, BLUEBIRD I found a super soft plaid blanket to match those amazing golden dried flowers! I just luv it all styled up in my sunroom with the mountains in the background. It feels so bright & cozy!
These colors should take me all thru winter. I also found the beautiful golden fresh feather stuffed pillow for only $23.00!
It’s a perfect time of the year to start knitting a cozy blanket too!
The vintage lollipop crates at the Schuyler Pond Home and Garden booth stole my heart!
I filled the vintage crate with babies breath and some pewter candlesticks and gourds, sticking with those neutral tones.
The vintage books are part of a Hardy Boys collection I scored on another antique trip to Stone House Antique Center.
Loved the neutral colors of this small dried wreath that I also found at the BLUEBIRD.
And I found this wooden mirror on the side of the road for free when I was visiting Maine. I cleaned it up and painted it gold and it now hangs in our sunroom.
I feel like the small dried wreath adds a bit of texture and elegance to this DIY mirror.
Oh my goodness do I love these old porcelain letter balls from MARVIN GARDENS.
I found these woven wooden wreaths at the Fleurish booth. I luv the simple texture and the outdoor feel.
I added the rolled-up book pages along with the baby’s breath, a couple of fall flowers from the garden, and attached them with twine.
They are hanging on each french door we have to enter the sunroom, which is filled with books. I’ll probably change these up, as we head into winter and the Christmas season.
I used a simple large Command strip hook here too for hanging this Vintage Market Day inspiring find.
I’m so glad you dropped by today friend, and if you are new to my blog, welcome! I hope you enjoyed your visit with us here today at our home in Vermont.
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