Last weekend I dragged the hubster and RJ to a vintage and antiques fair near our home. It was a HOT HOT HOT weekend so we wanted to get an early start to be back before the birds started dropping from the roofs and trees from the heat.
It was a fun break from all the projects that I have been working on around here. More on them after the weekend.
Here are some pictures of the market.
There is RJ browsing ;). He spotted a vintage crate with soda bottles. I was taking a picture of the picture frame thinking. Hey this is totally diy-material maybe I’ll try my hand on this for my downstairs cloack room.
I loved the blue colour on the ladder in the background.
I’ve been eyeing these vintage towel racks for ages now. But the thing is I have absolutely no place for it to live.
Another exciting find, a vintage football game.
Vintage enamel breadboxes. A few weeks ago I showed you the one I got from my parents in this post. It’s similar to the dark blue one in the front. It will be living in my soon to be craft room.
This fair took place in a really pretty spot around a watter mill. The mill is also a vintage beauty and it mills flower.
The inner workings of the mill.
They where also baking bread in an outside wood oven. We ended up getting a loaf of the bread and let me tell you it was delish.
One thing you have to know about me is that I love vintage maps. So I could not pass up this booth. They sell only vintage original maps framed and not framed.
This little darling was waaayyyy out of my budget but so beautifully framed. I think this was somewhere around the 400 Euro mark.
I really like this one of The Netherlands from 1709. Also an original taken from an old book. This one was 75 Euros but still.
Tell me what are your plans for this weekend. Any diy projects you are working on?
Thank you for stopping over. Have a great weekend folks.