I met up with a friend yesterday and we took Calvin with us to the Kane County Flea Market. It was kind of a bust shopping-wise, but the company was great, and there were plenty of cute things that I snapped photos of to share!
Hello, adorable old radios.
I liked the leather tufting on these, but not the arms and legs. Too simple.
Darling old sink, though I think the flowers had a lot to do with its charm (if not its practicality). Also, a papier-mâché lady! I liked her.
These always look so amazing when grouped together, but when you only take one home, it’s a disappointment.
I do kind of wish I’d picked up this set of dinnerware. I could have added it to the kids’ play kitchen and replaced the mish-mash they have going on now, but that’s me imposing my taste on them. They’re perfectly happy with their assortment.
Doing my thing. “Baby in one hand, camera in the other.”
Diminutive camping furniture. I have no use for it, but I liked it.
I think I’m over mid-century dressers. Antique dressers have more interesting details and shapes.
This whole work table was nice, but the best part of it was the clamp. And aren’t those old circus drums fantastic? They looked more suited to display than play though.
Baskets, basket, baskets.
I wasn’t looking for anything in particular, and I didn’t find anything there that I absolutely had to have. Still a good way to spend the day though!