category: vintage finds

three potato four

March 20, 2013

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three potato four

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three potato four is the online version of that store you’d love to get lost in. wandering around nostalgic to times long ago, feeling your way through one decade at a time. it’s the kind of store where david would drop me off, then go for a 4 hour bike ride before returning to pick me up. i love how eclectic the findings are and that they change so frequently, nearly every item is one of kind! head on over to three potato four to discover more vintagey-goodness!

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spring has sprung

May 4, 2011

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spring has sprung

spring has sprung

spring has sprung

spring has sprung

spring has sprung

spring has sprung

spring has sprung

today i love: roberta grove. {blog, twitter, flickr}

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jewelry for sale

hey lovelies! we’re still downsizing, and next on the list is jewelry! head on over to our garage sale to see 24 pieces of jewelry, all under $8. xox!

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smitten with: gloaming designs

February 16, 2011

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gloaming design

i have to say, i am simply smitten with this shop! gloaming design is a treasure trove of handcrafted and vintage pieces collected from all over the world. as she spends her time between the u.s. and paris, france, her treasures come from near and far- some even from belgium! oh, what i would do to rummage through thrift shops and flea markets in france! i guess for now, i’ll have to live vicariously through her and her beautiful shop and blog.

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jean jean vintage
 
emily duffelmeyer- better well known as duff, owns one of my favorite vintage shops, jean jean vintage. she collects and thrifts, then meticulously studies and cleans each of these found pieces, all of which make me nostalgic to a time in which i never lived. with a mission of helping find these past loved pieces a new home, i bet we could all find something that makes us feel pretty in her shop.

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every eskimo

October 12, 2010

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every eskimo

i liken looking around every eskimo to stumbling across the most unique and perfect little antique shop, in some quaint little town right beside a river.  as i browse,  there’s one of just about everything that i’ve been on the scout out for, a typewriter, dress from and a pair of antlers to hang on the wall.  with a beautiful setup and a surprise around ever corner, the shop inspires me to give my home that rich-story-telling depth.

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SeeSaw Seventies Style

September 29, 2010

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Hello gorgeous Roosters! It’s Nancy here from Wolf and Willow, stopping by with a little vintage goodness whilst Bonnie is moving house. Apart from the endless enjoyment I get from browsing through Etsy’s handmade goods, I just love that you can shop for craft supplies and vintage too. It’s heaven for lovers of all three, like me! Here’s a little collection of seventies-style homewares from one of my favourite vintage sellers, SeeSaw Vintage. I love the geometric patterns and the cute retro color schemes, like tangerine, olive and goldenrod, which are so quintessential of that era. It reminds me of laminex table tops, wood grain wallpaper, and summer parties with those brightly-colored cocktail onions and cheese squares. Pretty groovy, don’t you think?

Nancy x

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dulcet : paper, art, & design

September 22, 2010

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dulcet : paper, art, & design

“Imagine an attic filled with books, birdcages, costume jewelry and old linens. Antique trunks overflowing with dresses, photos, maps, advertisements. The delightful decadence of clawfoot bathtubs and love letters. The simple pleasures of dusty libraries and thrift stores.”

a quote from poet and shop owner, kristy bowen of dulcet, a vintage-inspired studio offering beautiful paper goods, accessories, and vintage finds.  with nearly 20 pages full of old world nostalgia, you’ll be indulging your vintage-chicness and taking a trip down memory lane!

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