Monday, September 15, 2008

Vintage Pop

I didn't get a chance to visit any fleamarkets this weekend, but we can still devour these delights available at RePop in New York. Retro tea party set, print block cabinet, deer forms, apothecary bottles, brass magnifying glasses, and vintage seating with dinette. Amazing - love it all.

I hope you stayed dry this weekend. The rain didn't come our way as anticipated and Dave and I went to the fair. I can't wait to share photos - here's to a good start to your week!

31 comments:

A Print A Day said...

how big is the antique faire in your area? is it a weekly thing? i'm just wondering as the big antique flea market here only comes once a month.

i also really love that set (in the first photo). i have something almost like it but it's robin's egg blue and the motiff is leaves.

M.Kate said...

Love the orang tea sets...reminds me of the haloween pumpkin..the colour and those zigzags :D

Jude said...

The apothecary bottles and magnifying glasses, especially the mother of pearl handled one, are my faves. Wonderful pics. Hope you had a great weekend!

Songy said...

it's really too tempting to visit the States just for flea market touring around country. only wish.

lettering stuff is just adorable. I would like to have them hung all over my house.

Chris said...

We are utterly under water (see my blog). But my husband and I are fairly dry.

Very cool stuff. I really like the colors and style.

Stephanie said...

Oh, those letters! I love that they have the curly capitals - those you don't see every day.

cindy : quaint said...

i love the orange tea set and the letters!

megan said...

that orange tea set is so wonderful!

Cicada Studio said...

That is one heck of a website plus they have a bunch of great treasures.

Karen said...

Love the glass bottles -- I have a few and am always on the look out for really great finds.

K.Line said...

Um, if you wanted to gift me that coffee set or those insanely gorgeous rocking chairs, I wouldn't say no. :-)

littlebyRD said...

These are great picks! Thanks for the intro to the site. Glad there was no rain! Looking forward to seeing your pictures.

Jan said...

Love it all Pleasie. The vintage shops are always so inspiring.

Crave said...

Yes vintage shopping is such an inspiration! Love these photos!

Crave said...

Yes vintage shopping is such an inspiration! Love these photos!

amy said...

such goodie goodness. love the orange in the top photo, and the muted, faded colors on the letters below.

Julia said...

There are some definite treasures here :) I'm so glad you guys made it to the fair, I can't wait to see the pictures!

...love Maegan said...

loving the orange cups and plates!!!!....actually, i love it all :)

aimee said...

oh, those trays of letters... i want them...

karly / design crisis said...

MMMMMM, I love a good vintage shop, and that one looks so well merchandised. heaven

karly / design crisis said...

MMMMMM, I love a good vintage shop, and that one looks so well merchandised. heaven

Laura @ the shorehouse. said...

That orange set looks to be in great condition! Love it. And the letters...ahhhhhhhh...

The expected bad weather missed us, too, so I did get to hit a flea. And it was GOOD.

naphtali said...

Ooooh. Loving the print blocks!

Victoria said...

Love those wooden and metal chairs!

Jules said...

love the apothecary jars! great finds, as always :)

Fifi Flowers said...

GREAT finds! Love the service set and the magnifying glasses!

My kids would love to walk up in a game!

lotta said...

I love all of it - especially the wood block type and the chairs. Great finds. Thanks for sharing!

mary said...

Love, love the print block cabinet.

Hey Harriet said...

Love love love that orange retro tea party set! I don't even like tea, but drinking tea out of something as cool as that I'm sure it would taste awesome :)

Leanne said...

What an extraordinary place! I wish Brooklyn was a lot closer to Chicagoland. My husband and I are searching for a great sofa... with some character. Your blog and The Peach Tree blog have mentioned some cool places in NY! I love that orange + white tea set and the vintage dinette. I noticed several Danish Modern pieces on their site, too.

Bonbon Oiseau said...

I can't believe I still haven't been here..OK first foray I make when i get back from france...THANK YOU!

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