Photo Credit: Vintage Market Days
Vintage markets are just made for the fall, don’t you agree? I look forward to the Vintage Market Days Vermont every fall. October is such a season of transition not only for the time of the year that it is but for home decor too. “The itch to switch” is definitely in the air. So I decided to put a few things on Facebook Marketplace to sell that I was ready to change up, collected a little money, and off to the vintage market I went. Do you attend the Vintage Market Days in your state?
How about these old glass doorknobs placed upside down with these pheasant feathers? Of course, I had to bring one home with me for my bookshelves.
Feathers seem to be a big trend this year at the vintage markets. I saw them placed in crocks, vintage drawers, glass jars, and here in upside-down doorknobs! Super creative!
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Here’s a bit more from Fleurish’s Booth.
That old sled, Christmas tree, and $10 gold wooden frames in a basket…
Little white pumpkins in silverware. I love the look of this. I bought a bushel of these white plastic pumpkins to replicate this beautiful idea at home with some silver pieces that I already have.
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Vintage markets are filled with so much creativity. I get so inspired when I visit the markets. Here, my eye is drawn to all the silver and rustic vases with faux greenery just plopped right inside of them. I can’t wait to redecorate our bookcases with all the vintage goodies I found here today.
Small Christmas trees are placed into balls of twine. Luv it!
These balls of beautiful wool yarn were $5 apiece. I have ideas for decorating with these along with other winter whites in our home to create a cozy space.
Love these authentic $6 baskets for mums, greenery, pumpkins, etc…
I came across this antique doll carriage for all of $45. It’s an authentic antique piece and the price was amazing on it. It looks super cute on my bookcase right now with the balls of wool yarn in it. But stay tuned for other decorating ideas I have for this piece. My neighbor lovingly told me she thinks it’s creepy:) What do you think?
Join me here for my first Vintage Market Days Vermont with inspiring finds!
Along with a vintage market and a vision board!
Vintage Market Days Vermont is held twice a year in Rutland, Vermont at the local fairgrounds. It never really gets too crowded and parking is very easy and close by. I mention this, as many state market day events I hear are so crowded and parking can be a bear. This one is not like that at all here in beautiful Vermont. It costs $10 to get in and if you take a selfie in front of their entryway you may use that to return throughout the entire weekend.
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