New in the Shop

Last weekend, my husband and I went to a flea market that occurs once a year at a small fairgrounds near our home.  There weren’t quite as many vendors as there were last year, but I still managed to bring home some great finds.  I also finally got around to photographing a more things I bought at the antique market I attended a few weekends ago.

Antique Wooden Office Drawer with Brass Drawer Pull via

I love this old wooden drawer.  It came with the metal frame, so it can be attached under a counter and the drawer will pull in and out.

Vintage Brass Drawer Pull via

In addition to the pretty brass drawer pull, the wood has beautiful patina and it has an odds & ends tray inside to hold pens, paper clips, etc.

I got two antique cabinet doors.  I’ve listed them in my shop as-is, because I think they make pretty backdrops for vignettes, but if they don’t sell soon, I may convert them into chalkboards.  
Antique Cabinet Door with Glass Knob via

They both have pretty glass knobs on them.

Antique Glass Drawer Knob via

I found an old, rusty hanging scale that looks wonderful contrasted with a pretty ironstone pitcher.

Antique Hanging Scale via

 I found 3 old bike baskets!  I’m keeping 2 of them, but this one is available in the shop.

Vintage Metal Bike Basket via

 I never pass up an antique kitchen scale.  I’m always tempted to keep every one of them, but I’m resisting the urge since I already have a few.

Antique Kitchen Scale via

 I also found 3 large metal baskets.  I haven’t photographed one of them yet, but this one is available now.  I keep a similar one in my living room to hold bunches of magazines and some board games.

Vintage Industrial Wire Storage Basket via

 And last, but not least – I got a box full of blue Ball jars.  All of them came with zinc lids, so that was a plus!

Vintage Blue Ball Canning Jars with Zinc Lids via

 My cousin spotted this old wooden office basket at the antique market, and knew I’d want it!  Love the dovetail joints.  Well, those were some of my recent finds – what have you brought home this week?

Antique Wooden Office Desk Tray via



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  1. Hi Angie … love everything that you brought home. Wonderful canning jars and with the zinc lids … as you say a real PLUS. That style of cabinet door is great too. I added mirrors in the recessed areas on some that I found on the side of the road and used one as a backing for a shelf. They are wonderful and just a perfect color. This week, I found three large rolls of used furniture webbing pieces … some red and some black … 25¢ each roll. I am excited about this and hope to find some fun things to do with them. Wondering … can they be washed?
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

  2. I dragged too much stuff home this week since i had planned on painting furniture all week! Love the cabinet doors. I did manage to finish a couple of chalkboards today with new thrown out cabinet doors. My soft spot is always a wire basket or two.

  3. Very fun finds! This week I dragged home an unwanted sleigh bed from my sister’s house. It’s getting a makeover in linen. I can’t wait to get it set up.

  4. What wonderful finds, Angie! I LOVE everything!

  5. Hi Angie – Love everything you brought home, especially the hanging scale! You’ve done a beautiful job displaying and photographing everything. Have a great weekend!

  6. great finds. hubby and I love going to antique shops and fairs, but I tend to lean towards large pieces of furniture, and hubby had learned to never take the truck. lol

  7. Love your finds! I just posted my $10 farm table find!
    I think those cabinet doors would make awesome chalkboards. I just posted my $10 farm table find!

  8. Love your new finds and especially the drawer and brass drawer pull.

  9. Your photographs here are breath taking. Makes me want to go take pictures and see ho I can make them look like yours. Inspiring!

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