Remember my recent trip to Concord, NC to visit the Depot grand opening at the Gibson Mill? "Artsy Fartsy" Janna, "manager extraordinaire" steered me there, and my ever wonderful DH drove me there with Vanessa my best road trip friend - well actually everything friend! Janna has two booths of fabulous finds here, some of which I showed you previously at the Depot, and also her booths at The Sleepy Poet in Charlotte, NC. Janna is a busy lady that's for sure, even making fabulous jewelery in between junking trips to the countryside and working!! I love how these young women do so much with their time - just wish I could turn my clock back a few years, plus get a new back for the heavy lifting part, lol!
Well I promised more pics of the treasures offered in that huge space......and here they are.
Rachel of The Shepherds Fold Design and busy assistant manager at the Depot, has the prettiest chippy painted furniture and lots of interesting accessories...loved the baseballs in the shoeshine box.
Beth of Olde Tyme Marketplace whom unfortunately I didn't meet, but hope to next visit as she left me a lovely comment on my earlier post about the Depot, had gorgeous things beautifully displayed in her booth. See the old French blue painted wooden wheels displayed in the silver dish.....how cute is that? I should have brought those home!
Other things caught my eye...........tons of them but I couldn't photograph everything displayed in that 'Aladdin's Cave' covering the massive 88,000 square feet. Here's a few, and another time I'll share the loveliest 'garden booth display' I've ever seen.
Yes, these words are true........and how great it is to repurpose, reuse and recycle history in and around our homes.
Tell me where you are hunting these bright Spring days! The brocantes of France (you lucky ones!); neighborhood yard/garage sales early Saturday morning; local flea markets; antiques/vintage/thrift shops.......or even at the side of the road - amazing what some people just 'drop off'.
A BREATH OF FRESH AIR is a fresh version of my former three year blog ACROSS THE POND which can still be accessed by clicking on the title above.
I'm a transplanted Brit enjoying life in North Carolina. 50 years journeying back and forth across the wide Atlantic Ocean have kept me busy.......and made my life very interesting! I'm still traveling often - look forward to sharing many new places during the next couple of years.
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