I have the first part of my week end away trip done and we are on our way to my favorite flea market in Elkorn Wisconsin.
We spent Friday and Saturday down in Tipton Indiana. Such a sweet little old fashion town. It is like Mayberry. This is where the Vintage Market was out side of Horton's Hardware Store in Tipton. Girls this is the best Hardware store ever!!!!! It has a "man" side with tools, paint, nails and the other side, Oh My, it is partioned off with old vintage doors and windows made into small rooms where vendors sell their chippy, shabby wonderful treasures. This is the best hardware store I have ever been in!!!!!
Here are some pictures of the first half of my week end away.
|One of the booth's inside the hardware store. Look at those fabulous pumpkins. Too many fun Halloween things.|
|One of the rooms in the hardware store. The wall was the exposed brick. So many sweet treasures inside this room.|
|Look at the cute slipcovered sofa and all the fun pillows. This chest was old and beautiful for the coffee table. See how they used old windows and doors to partition off the rooms. So many great salvage pieces in one place.|
|I snatched up a couple more of these fabric pumpkins. These are actually from Nicki at Vintage Farmhouse. I will show you her booth on this post too. She was outside. If you do not know Nicki or her blog you must take a run over to check it out. I am excited for her that she is opening her own shop in her garage at home. She converted it to a shop. This girls is so talented.|
|Got a cute witches hat for my scale in the kitchen. I do not do a lot of Halloween decor but you have to have a few cute things right?!|
|Start of the outside booths and vendors. Lots of vintage crates.|
|All the booths and vendors were so wonderful. It is a small amount of vendors I think only 20 but they all had great treasures.|
|This was Nicki's booth from the Vintage Farmhouse. She had so many cute things I was on over load.|
|Just too many cute things in everyone's booths. Lot's of fabric pumpkins. One just cutier than the next.|