Martha Thinks

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

The Vintage Bazaar

Ok, think of the most beautiful day.  It was warm but not hot.  It had rained in the morning, but by noon it was all sunny skies and for the next five hours we were outside enjoying every second of it.  This was "The Vintage Bazaar", held both in the Spring and Fall on the grounds of beautiful Pettengill Farm in Salisbury, Massachusetts.

Every kind of shabby chic, vintage-y, repurposed, repainted, alternatively used thing you could think of was there.  

My friend Donna fell head over heels for this little trailer.  It was sold by the time we got to it so she didn't have to call home and convince the folks there why it had to be in her backyard.  It was the most charming littlest space in the world. 

Her daughter, Shea, has her own sense of style and was thinking about buying these 70's shades.

Great letters.  EAT for the kitchen?  Perfect.

Row upon row upon row of wonderful things and the crafty people who made them.  So very inspiring.

This country girl (well in my heart, anyway) was going mad for this bench with the back of a rusty Chevy truck in it.  I mean...not everyday you see that.

If heaven exists, it has to look like this place, on this day.  Beauty in every direction.

They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so it might take a stretch for this to be your attraction, but certainly some might like it in their home.  Not me, but some ; )
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