I’ve posted about Brimfield a few times since I started blogging two years ago. I hope I’m not boring you! I guess I just feel it’s one of the coolest antique fairs ever and I want to encourage EVERYONE to attend at least once. The fair happens three times a year, in May, July and September and usually lasts for 6 days. Vendors come from all over the country and there’s truly something for everyone, so let’s get to it!
I know I’m not the only one who has a thing for antique cash registers, and this one is a beauty!
And what do you think about this stove? I’m pretty sure it still works too!
I thought this swing made entirely from wood slabs was clever, and it would go perfectly in the yard at the cabin!
This was one of my favorite pieces of the day. I love the colors and fabric choices, and I could totally see this in a little girl’s room. How pretty!
I know some of you probably know what this is, but I don’t. All I know is these pieces were super expensive!
How cute is this little ‘toy’ fridge?
Another one of my favorite upholstered pieces. Don’t you just love this?
Although this is a chandelier, I envision it as a crown for some well deserving diy’er 😉
Less than two weeks now to the wedding! Yesterday we went to NY for Maddox’s 4th birthday, then met up with friend’s for dinner. We didn’t get home till 2 a.m. but it’s looking like a lovely day so I’m up early and I think I’ll work on the cabinet outside. Our daughter’s flying in today and Tuesday I’m heading to Manhattan for her fitting, then we’ll be back in NY next weekend for Mikey’s 11th birthday, then again the following Thursday for the rehearsal dinner and we’ll stay down there until after the wedding. I think we’re spending more time in NY now then when we lived there :/.