Monday, August 17, 2015

Glamping at the Flea Market

This past weekend was the first Vintage Trailer Show at Rennigers Antique Market in Mt. Dora, FL.  Adding these cute little trailers to the show made getting out in the August heat with the threat of torrential downpours worth the trip. I am so glad that we went! I was totally inspired by all the trailers there and I'm now so ready to start on ours.
Isn't this trailer cute?
I just loved the use of the rusty old tin on the screen door.  Shoot, I love anything covered in rusty old ceiling tins!
Peeking in I knew immediately that I was going to love this one.  Don't those beds look cozy?
I love how they used the top bunk space for display.  The wood paneling was in such great shape.  I love the use of the old yardstick.  
Just the perfect size kitchen to play house in.
Just a little tin can piece of glamping heaven don't you think and this one even has wings!

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Juicy Gossip

Image by and Pinterest
The old gossip bench,  a place to sit and discuss your opinion of another's life style.  Do you indulge?  Are you the go to girl for the latest scoop on the goings on of others? 
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Or are you one that does not repeat gossip so your friends had better listen closely the first time? 
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They say that gossip is like spilled glitter.   What a mess it makes.  No matter how hard you try, it is impossible to clean it all up.
Image from KimJLuv found on Pinterest
So the moral of my story is this.
Keep that glitter off your lips!

Great minds discuss ideas
Average minds discuss events
Small minds discuss people.
Eleanore Roosevelt 

Here's my Gossip Bench that I am taking in to the shop because  I no longer need it!
Wouldn't it be perfect in a "Tiny House?"
But that's another day and another post.
Joining these Linky Parties

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Polka Dot Flea

The Polka Dot Flea is a new Flea Market to me, held twice a year in Orlando at the Central Florida Fair Grounds.   The beauty of this Vintage Show is not only the amazing vendors and their spaces but that it is held indoors in air conditioning.  As hot as it has been and with the amount of rain that we have had here in Florida this year it was nice not to have to give a thought to the weather.  

 I'm just going to let the pictures do the talking as I am sure you will see it's not a show you will want to miss!  I will put the entire collections on One Shabby Old Houses FB page too.  So sit back, relax and and be inspired and if you are in Orlando today the show is still going on.

Denise Haines and her fabulous finds! 
 Debbie of Vintage Soul. 

 Lovely Kathryn Page and her creations.